Regiment: MM S/T "Celia" (Hull)

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7 CLAREMONT VILLAS, LIVERPOOL STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
43
BORN HULL 1872. SON OF JANE AND HORATIO HALDENBY, OF HULL. HIS WIFE, MARY ANN, LIVED AT THIS CWGC ADDRESS. HIS SISTER LIVED AT 13 LIZZIE'S AVENUE, RHODES STREET, HULL. SERVED IN THE MERCHANT MARINE OF THE STEAM TRAWLER "CELIA". HE DIED AT SEA, ON 08/01/1915, AGED 43. HIS SON THOMAS WAS KILLED AT GALLIPOLI ON 15/08/1915, AGED 23 - PHOTOGR […]
2 CLUMBER AVENUE, FLINTON STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
24
BORN HULL 1891. SON OF RICHARD THOMAS & PRISCILLA KINGDOM ABOVE. ADDRESS. ONE OF NINE CHILDREN. DROWNED 08/01/1915, AGED 24. HIS YOUNGER BROTHER, PTE, CHARLES HERBERT KINGDOM, 10TH EYR, WAS KILLED IN ACTION ON 22/07/1916. On January 8th, 1915, the British trawler CELIA went missing in the North Sea. She was not heard of ever since an […]
9 FLORENCE TERRACE, WASSAND STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
18
BORN HULL 1896. MOTHER ABOVE, HULL. LISTED ON MARY ELLENS TERRACE ROH, ST PAULS STREET AS LOST. NO NAVAL RECORDS FOUND. On January 8th, 1915, the British trawler CELIA went missing in the North Sea. She was not heard of ever since and was probably sunk by enemy action. 9 crew lost their lives. CREW LOST ON CELIA (H989), due to enemy acti […]
8 GEORGES AVENUE, SELBY STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
27
BORN HULL 1887. SKIPPER OF THE HULL TRAWLER 'CELIA'. HE LODGED WITH MRS CAIN AT THIS ADDRESS. HE WAS ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED. HIS FATHER HAD DIED THREE YEARS BEFORE AND HE WAS THE MAIN SUPPORT FOR HIS WIDOWED MOTHER. HE WAS LOST AT SEA, AGED 27. HIS DETAILS ARE RECORDED IN THE LOST TRAWLERMEN OF HULL RECORDS. HIS DEATH AND PHOTOGRAPH WERE […]
FLORENCE AVENUE, WESTBOURNE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
20
BORN YARMOUTH 1894. WIFE LIVED ABOVE, HESSLE ROAD. On January 8th, 1915, the British trawler CELIA went missing in the North Sea. She was not heard of ever since and was probably sunk by enemy action. 9 crew lost their lives. CREW LOST ON CELIA (H989), due to enemy action in the North Sea, 8th January, 1915. HALDENBY, Thomas (43), 7 Clar […]
7 PROVIDENCE TERRACE, WASSAND STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
42
BORN GRIMSBY, LINCOLNSHIRE, 1873. WIFE SARAH J. NORTON LIVED AT 7 PROVIDENCE TERRACE, WASSAND STREET, HULL. HIS BROTHER IN LAW LIVED AT 11 ELLIS TERRACE, WASSAND STREET. RECORDED IN HULL'S LOST TRAWLERMAN RECORDS. DROWNED ON 08/01/1915, AGED 42 On January 8th, 1915, the British trawler CELIA went missing in the North Sea. She was not hea […]
47 , CONSTABLE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
33
BORN HULL 1882. SON OF GEORGE & MARGARET JANE (BOWMAN) RYLETT. HE WAS UNMARRIED AND LIVED WITH HIS PARENTS AT THIS ADDRESS. MEMBER OF THE HULL GARDENER SOCIETY. HE LEFT A BROTHER IN THE 3RD EYR AND ONE SISTER. HE WAS LOST AT SEA WITH SKIPPER, LONGTHORN, FROM NEARBY SELBY STREET. HIS DEATH AND PHOTOGRAPH WERE REPORTED IN THE HULL DAIL […]
7 SALISBURY AVENUE, SELBY STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
26
BORN GT YARMOUTH 1889. SON OF JOHN WILLIAM & ALICE HANNAH SOWTER. A MARINE ENGINEER. MARRIED HULL 1913. WIFE ELSIE M (HARRISON) & SON HEZEKIAH LIVED AT 7 SALISBURY AVENUE, SELBY STREET, HULL. HE SERVED AS CHIEF ENGINEER, ON THE HULL TRAWLER 'CELIA'. PRESUMED DROWNED 08/01/1915, AGED 26. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MA […]
60 , MARMADUKE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
08/01/1915
       
Aged
21
BORN ABERDEEN 1893. SON OF GEORGE AND ELLEN WRIGHT. HIS FATHER WAS A FISHERMAN. HIS MOTHER, ELLEN, WAS BORN IN HULL AND LIVED AT 60, MARMADUKE STREET, HULL. HE SERVED IN THE MERCHANT NAVY AS A MARINE FIREMAN. HE MARRIED EMILY FRANCES SPINK (1896-1981), FROM 6 EDGAR STREET, HULL, AT ST BARNABAS CHURCH, HESSLE ROAD, ON 21/06/1914. THEY HAD […]