Regiment: 11th East Yorkshire Regiment C Company

10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull) and 11th (Service) Battalion (2nd Hull)
02.09.1914 The 11th formed and the 10th formed on 29.08.1914 both by Lord Nunburnholme and the East Riding Territorial Force Association at Hull, then moved to Hornsea.
June 1915 Both moved to Ripon and joined the 92nd Brigade of the 31st Division.
01.09.1915 The 11th taken over by the War Office and the 10th on 11.09.1914 and then both moved to Salisbury Plain.
15.12.1915 Mobilised for war and embarked for Egypt from Devonport, Plymouth.
30.12.1915 Arrived in Port Said to defend the Suez Canal.
Mar 1916 Moved to France and the Division engaged in various actions on the Western Front including;
During 1916
The Battle of Albert, The Battle of the Ancre.
During 1917
Operations on the Ancre, The Third Battle of the Scarpe, The Capture of Oppy Wood.
During 1918
The Battle of St Quentin, The Battle of Bapaume, The First Battle of Arras, The Battle of Estaires, The Battle of Hazebrouck, The Defence of Nieppe Forest, The attack at La Becque, The capture of Vieux Berquin, The Battle of Ypres, The action of Tieghem.
11.11.1918 The 10th ended the war in Belgium, near Flobecq east of Renaix.

Last Name
Address
Narrative
7, GERTRUDE'S TERRACE, NORTHUMBERLAND AVE., HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Died on
21/08/1918
       
Aged
21
Born Hull 1897. Hull Pal. Post Office worker. Hull Pals Memorial Post. CPL FRED HARRISON MM 11/463. Born in 1897, Fred was the youngest of two children and only son of Charles and Ellen Harrison of 65 Northumberland Avenue, Hull (War Pension address). A Telegraph Messenger before the war, he queued outside Hull City Hall on Tuesday 8th S […]
22 , WITHERNSEA STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
30/11/1916
       
Aged
20
Hull Pals Memorial Post. L/CPL THOMAS OVERTON 11/787. Born 1896, the second of five children to William and Harriet Overton of 22 Withernsea Street, Hull. A Grocer's Assistant by trade, he dropped everything when King and Country called no doubt puffed-up with patriotism and desperate for some adventure and glory. He queued at City Hall […]
6 , DENMARK STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK, HU9 2BG
       
       
Died on
03/05/1917
       
Aged
22
Hull Pals Memorial Post. L/CPL FRANK RASPIN 11/474. Born in 1894, Frank was the youngest of five children to Jack and Harriet Raspin of 2 Howe Street, Jenning Street, Hull. A Blacksmith's Striker before the war, he enlisted at City Hall on 8th September 1914 joining the 11th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, 'The Tradesmen', 2nd Hull Pa […]
54 , GRANGE STREET, FOUNTAIN ROAD, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
29/10/1916
       
Aged
23
BORN FERRY BRIDGE, KNOTTINGLEY, YORKS, 07/01/1893. SECOND SON OF JOHN RIDGE & SARAH ANN JOHNSON (1871-1958) OF 54 GRANGE STREET, FOUNTAIN ROAD, HULL (CWGC ADDRESS). SECOND OF EIGHT CHILDREN. SON OF A LABOURER. HE ALSO WORKED AS A LABOURER. HE ENLISTED IN HULL, ON 13/11/1915, AGED 22 YEARS AND 10 MONTHS. DESCRIBED AS 5 FOOT, 6 INCHES […]
6 MAY VILLAS, MAY STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
29/03/1916
       
Aged
32
BORN HULL 1883. ORIGINAL HULL PAL. SON OF DANIEL & CAROLINE ABOVE. ALSO LIVED AT RUTLAND TERRACE, NORFOLK STREET. KILLED IN ACTION. Hull Pals Memorial Post. PRIVATE CHARLES WELTON STUART 11/1078. Born in July 1883, Charles was the youngest of three children to Daniel and Caroline Stuart of 6 May Villas, May Street, Hull. An Upholsterer b […]
65 , EDINBURGH STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
03/05/1917
       
Aged
19
BORN HULL 1898. SON OF MARGARET & LATE GEORGE WILLIAM TURNER, OF 20 WILFRED TERRACE, WESTBOURNE STREET, HULL (1911 CENSUS) AND 65 EDINBURGH STREET, HESSLE ROAD, HULL, (PENSION ADDRESS). SECOND OF THREE SONS. WORKED AS A NEWS BOY AND FOR THE NORTH EASTERN RAILWAYS WHICH HE JOINED AT THE SAME TIME AS HIS ELDER BROTHER, GEORGE. JAMES TU […]
71, BEAN STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
28/06/1917
       
Aged
29
Hull Pals Memorial. PRIVATE THOMAS GEORGE WOOLLENS 10/500. Born in 1887, Thomas was the youngest of three children to Thomas and Theresa Woollens, of 71 Bean Street, Hull. Thomas Snr had died while Theresa was pregnant with their only son and the family took in lodgers to help pay their way. A Blacksmith's Striker by trade, employed by M […]