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106 , GREAT THORNTON ST, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
09/09/1918
       
Aged
18
BORN HULL 1900. SON OF JAMES WILLIAM WHITE AND MARTHA HENRIETTA WRIGHT, OF 106, GREAT THORNTON ST, HULL AND 5, NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, HULL (WAR PENSION ADDRESS). ENLISTED HULL. EX 13003, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. TRANSFERRED TO THE 9TH KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. KILLED IN ACTION, ON 09/09/1918, AGE 18. HIS ARMY EFFECTS WERE LEFT […]
3, NORTHUMBERLAND AVE., HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Died on
03/06/1918
       
Aged
35
Born Cherry Burton, 1883. His wife, Edith and daughters Elsie and Betsie, lived at 3, Northumberland Avenue, Hull (CWGC address). A farm foreman and ex Blundell's paint worker. Enlisted Hull. Formerly, Private, 204752 EYR. he transferred to the 7th Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of wounds, 03/06/1918, aged 35. His name is recorded in Hull' […]
60 , PROVIDENCE ROW, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
03/05/1917
       
Aged
20
BORN DERBY, 30/04/1897. ONLY SON OF ROBERT WHITE & ANNIE HALL, AT 69 PROVIDENCE ROW, BEVERLEY ROAD, HULL. (ARMY ADDRESS) HIS FATHER DIED EARLY AND HIS MOTHER MARRIED GEORGE HALL, LIVING AT 10 ARTHUR TERRACE, ST PAULS STREET, HULL (1911 CENSUS) JOHN WAS WORKED FOR IDEAL STANDARD RADIATOR WORKS. ENLISTED IN HULL, ON 11/12/1915, AGED 18 YEA […]
8 HESSLE PLACE, PORTER STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
27/05/1916
       
Aged
36
PRIVATE LEONARD WHITE 12/129. Born Hull in 1880, Leonard was the youngest of seven children to Leonard and Martha White of 1 Isaacs Terrace, Hull. A Labourer by trade he lived with his wife, Mary Jane, and son, Leonard Jnr, at 8 Hessle Place, Porter Street, Hull. He enlisted at City Hall in September 1914 joining the 12th Battalion East […]
97 , WASSAND STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
19/12/1917
       
Aged
22
BORN HULL 1895. ONLY SON OF MICHAEL & SARAH ANN WHITE, HULL. IN 1911 HE WAS AN INMATE OF THE WELBURN REFORMATORY. HE ENLISTED IN THE WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, IN HULL. TRANSFERRED TO THE NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. KILLED IN BELGIUM, ON 19/12/1917, AGED 22. HIS ARMY EFFECTS WENT TO HIS ELDER SISTER, MRS EDITH LEE. HE LEFT OTHER YOUNGER SIST […]
8 WASSAND TERRACE, STRICKLAND STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Died on
27/06/1917
       
Aged
21
BORN HULL 1896. SON OF JOHN & MAY C WHITE, OF 8 WASSAND TERRACE, STRICKLAND STREET, HULL (1911 CENSUS). HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED WITH THE 1/4TH EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. WAS KILLED IN ACTION, ON 27/06/1917, AGED 21. HE IS COMMEMORATED ON THE ARRS MEMORIAL TO THE MISSING. UNMARRIED HIS ARMY EFFECTS WERE LEFT TO HIS SISTER, MRS ROSE […]
19 WAVERLY TERRACE, VILLA PLACE, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
05/11/1918
       
Aged
22
BORN HULL 13/05/1895. HUSBAND TO MABEL AT 19 WAVERLEY TERRACE, VILLA PLACE, HULL (CWGC ADDRESS), OFF HESSLE ROAD. SON OF WALTER WHITE (1873-1953) & CHARLOTTE WHITE (1874-1945), AT 10 RUTH TERRACE, CAMPBELL STREET, HULL. A FORMER ERRAND BOY. HE SERVED WITH THE ROYAL NAVY RESERVE, AS AN ENGINEMAN. HE DIED ON 05/11/1918, AGED 22. BURIED […]
, IRELAND, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
03/03/1918
       
Aged
37
BORN WARREN POINT, COUNTY DOWN, IRELAND 1880. SON OF JOHN WHITE & SARAH BROWN. WIFE ELLEN BRENNEN, AT 291 BURLINGTON STREET, SCOTLAND ROAD, LIVERPOOL. SUNK OFF SCOTLAND. LISTED ON HULL MERCHANT NAVY ROH. The Romeo, J Neile, master, left Scapa on 23 February 1918 bound for Liverpool. She was on Admiralty charter for carrying meat and […]
91 , CUMBERLAND STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
31/12/1915
       
Aged
26
BORN HULL 14/11/1888. TRAWLER ENGINEER. SERVED WITH THE ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. LOST AT SEA, ON NEW YEARS EVE, 1915, AGED 26. HIS WIFE MINNIE LIVED AT 91CUMBERLAND STREET, HULL AND 9 JOHN STREET, KINGSTON SQUARE, HULL. HIS PARENTS LIVED 117 WOODCOCK STREET, HULL. HE IS ALSO LISTED AS KILLED, ON HULL'S ENGLISH STREET ROLL OF HONOUR (Hull Da […]
14 PEARL AVENUE, LORNE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
03/05/1917
       
Aged
24
BORN HULL 1893. KNOWN AS STANLEY WHITEHEAD. ONLY SON OF WILLIAM & MARY EMMA WHITEHEAD, AT 14 PEARL AVENUE, LORNE STREET, HULL. A LABOURER. HE ENLISTED IN THE 12TH EYR (3RD HULL PALS), IN HULL, ON 18/09/1914, AGED 21 YEARS AND 5 MONTHS. DESCRIBED AS 5 FOOT 6 INCHES TALL, 149 LBS WEIGHT, 38 INCH CHEST, BLUE EYES, BLACK HAIR, AND "GOOD" […]
, , HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Area
       
Died on
27/11/1916
       
Aged
26
BORN HULL 1890. SON OF A BUILDING CONTRACTOR. A FORMER STONE MASON. ENLISTED HULL. EX PRIVATE, 4/3552, 5/7131, & 242327, 1/4TH BATTALION. TRANSFERRED TO THE 1/5TH BATTALION NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. DIED OF WOUNDS, ON 27/11/1916, AGED 26. SON OF ERNEST WHITEHEAD & SARAH ANN LEES, OF SADDLEWORTH, YORKS. ARMY EFFECTS LEFT TO MOTHER […]
Rank Unknown
, BOULEVARD, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
LISTED ON ST MATHEWS CHURCH, BOULEVARD. UNTRACED. NB: GEORGE & FRANK WHITHEAD, BOTH SEAMAN - 42 LANSDOWNE ST.
GEORGE STREET, COTTINGHAM, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
03/05/1915
       
Aged
26
BORN COTTINGHAM 1890. LIVED COTTINGHAM. SON OF JOHN HENRY & JULIA SARAH WHITEHEAD ABOVE. A RAILWAY CLERK. HE HAD JOINED THE NORTH EASTERN RAILWAYS IN 1904 AND WAS WORKING AT THE PASSENGER DEPARTMENT IN BROUGH, WHEN WAR WAS DECLARED. HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION AT YPRES ON 03/05/1915, AGED 26. HE IS COMMEMORATED ON THE YPRES MENIN GATE ME […]
2 WALTERS TERRACE, BRIGHTON STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
05/11/1918
       
Aged
25
BORN HULL 26/01/1894. SON OF JAMES CHARLES WHITEHEAD (1870-1938) AND ANNIE ELIZA MILSON (1869-1926), OF 80, BRIGHTON STREET, HULL.  ELDEST OF SIX CHILDREN. HE MARRIED AT HULL, ON 26/11/1915. HIS WIFE ETHEL PHOEBE MILLS (1896-1983) & SON, JAMES (1916-1985), LIVED AT 4 BRUNSWICK AVENUE, BRIGHTON STREET, HULL (NAVAL ADDRESS) AND 2 WALTE […]
63, Estcourt Street, Hull
       
Died on
18/08/1918
       
Aged
22
Born Syresham, Northampton, 13/03/1896. Son of Frederick and Mary Ann Whitehead, of Middlesbrough and Birkenhead. A Contractors labourer, living at 63, Estcourt Street, Hull (1911 Census). Enlisted at Hull. Formerly, Gunner, 250, 2Nd Hull R.G.A. Transferred to 130th Heavy Battery, R.G.A. Killed in action, on 18/08/1918, aged 22. Buried in France.
DONCASTER, , SOUTH YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
13/12/1918
       
Aged
25
BORN HAXLEY,LINCOLNSHIRE, 1893. SON OF WILLIAM WHITEHEAD (1864-1942) AND CLARA ANN WHITEHEAD (1872-1955). EDUCATED AT HULL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MARRIED MADGE LOCKWOOD. HE ENLISTED IN DONCASTER WHERE HE RESIDED. SERVED IN THE 8TH ROYAL ENGINEERS FILED COMPANY, WAS ATTACHED TO THE ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY OBSERVATION SECTION. HE DIED OF FLU, IN […]
31 , CAVE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
18/03/1915
       
Aged
18
BORN HULL 27/02/1897. SON OF WILLIAM WHITEHURST (1862-1935) AND MARY GARDHAM (1867-1930), AT 31 CAVE STREET, HULL. ONE OF EIGHT CHILDREN. EDUCATED AT TRINITY HOUSE NAVIGATION SCHOOL. APPRENTICED TO MESSRS, WRIGHT AND BACON, SHIP OWNERS. HIS FATHER WAS EMPLOYED AS A LAMP LIGHTER FOR THE BRITISH GAS COMPANY. ENLISTED AT YORK, ON THE 06/ […]
13 , MERRICK STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
12/05/1918
       
Aged
19
BORN HULL 1899. SON OF THOMAS & THE LATE LILY WHITEHURST, AT THIS HEDON ROAD ADDRESS ABOVE. LOST AT SEA ON 12/05/1918, AGED 19. HE IS LISTED ON THE TRINITY HOUSE WW1 MEMORIAL. RECORDED ON THE HULL MERCHANT NAVY ROLL OF HONOUR. Haslingden SS was a 1,934grt, defensively-armed British Merchant steamer. On the 12th May 1918 when 7 miles […]
303 , BOULEVARD, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
09/11/1917
       
Aged
28
BORN HULL 1890. SON OF JOHN WILLIAM WHITELAM (1866-1904), & MARGARET JANE FRASER, AT 303 SOUTH BOULEVARD, HULL. HE HAD FOUR BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER. EMPLOYED AS A FISH DOCK LABOURER & ICE MERCHANT. HE ENLISTED IN HULL, ON 07/02/1916, AGED 25 YEARS AND 4 MONTHS. DESCRIBED AS 5 FOOT, 8.5 INCHES TALL, 145 LBS WEIGHT, 37 INCH CHEST […]
47 , ELLA STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom
       
       
Died on
03/09/1916
       
Aged
19
BORN WOOTEN, LINCOLNSHIRE, 1897. SON OF CHRISTOPHER GEORGE WHITELAM (1865-1937) & GEORGINA COOK (1859-), AT THIS ARMY RECORDS ADDRESS. HIS FATHER WAS A WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN. HE WAS EDUCATED AT HULL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. EMPLOYED IN THE OFFICES OF THE WILSON SHIPPING LINE COMPANY. LEWIS WHITELAM JOINED THE INNS OF COURT Q.T.C., SOON […]