Regiment: Royal Engineers 98th Light Railway Company

Last Name
Address
Narrative
4 , WENTWORTH STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
01/12/1917
       
Aged
26
BORN HULL 1891. LOST AT SEA BY ENEMY ACTION. NO CWGC RECORD. HIS DEATH IS RECORDED ON A GRAVESTONE IN HULL NORTHERN CEMETERY. INSCRIPTION. LEFT ANNIE WHO DIED ON 07/03/1955, AGED 74 YEARS
117 NORWOOD, BEVERLEY, EAST RIDING, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
31/12/1917
       
Aged
39
BORN DRIFFIELD 1878. SECOND SON OF RICHARD COBDEN & SARAH ANN BROWN. ONE OF SIX SONS. HUSBAND TO ANNIE BROWN - 117 NORWOOD, BEVERLEY. EX NER GOODS CLERK AT HULL. ENLISTED DRIFFIELD. SERVED AS SAPPER, 32991, ROYAL ENGINEERS, LIGHT RAILWAYS OPERATIONS COMPANY. DROWNED EN ROUTE TO EGYPT, ON 31/12/1917, AGED 39. HE IS COMMEMORATED AT THE CHA […]
201 , BLENHEIM STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
23/05/1921
       
Aged
47
BORN THWING, 30/08/1874. SON OF FRANCIS RUDD (1849-1881) & ELIZABETH CHAMPLIN (1844-1911). HE MARRIED MARGARET ROBSON (1877-1963), AT FOXHOLES, GANTON, YORKSHIRE, ON 09/12/1898. THEY HAD SEVEN CHILDREN AND LIVED AT 26 GRANGE STREET, HULL, AND 201 , BLENHEIM STREET, HULL (CWGC ADDRESS). A FORMER NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY PORTER. HE ENLIS […]
281 , BOULEVARD, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
31/12/1917
       
Aged
36
BORN HULL 1881. MARRIED 1904. WIFE MABEL & 2 YOUNG SONS LIVED ABOVE & 103 ABBEY STREET IN 1911. CORN MILLER. HULL HEROES WEBSITE.
4 , MASON STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
25/10/1918
       
Aged
22
BORN HULL 1896. SON OF DANIEL McDONALD (1863-1931) & SARAH BERESFORD (1866-1941), OF 4 MASON STREET, HULL (CWGC ADDRESS). SON OF A DOCK LABOURER. ONE OF TWELVE CHILDREN. FROM A ROMAN CATHOLIC FAMILY. EMPLOYED AS A BRICKLAYER AND MILL HAND. HE DIED OF GAS POISONING RECEIVED IN FRANCE. HE HAD BEEN IN BERMONDSEY HOSPITAL SINCE AUGUST BA […]
40 , CAVE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
       
Died on
27/11/1918
       
Aged
27
BORN HULL 1891. SON OF ROBERT/ANNIE. NER WORKER. BROTHERS SGT. FRED, RFA, & PTE. HARRY SHOOTER, COLD GUARDS LIVED ABOVE.