BORN HULL 1895. SON OF WALTER & LILY RICH GLENTON. HIS WIFE MARY JANE GLENTON LIVED AT THIS CWGC ADDRESS.
On December 14th, 1919, the British trawler ISLE OF MAN went missing in the North Sea with all on board. She was not heard of ever since.
CREW LOST ON ISLE OF MAN (H826), missing in the North Sea, 14th December, 1919.
CUNNINGSWORTH, Frank, (25), Beech-Gr, Westbourne St, Hull. Chief Engineer
GLENTON, Harold (24), 8 Empringham-Ter, Daltry St, Hull. Trimmer
GREENHILL, John (48), 50 Glencoe St, Hull. Skipper
HOLLIS, James (50), 9 Florence-ave, Wassand St, Hull. 3rd/Hand
McNAUGHT, James (24), 144 Bean St, Hull. 2nd/Engineer
NEWELL, Hilyard (19), Camberwell-Ave, Brighton St, Hull. Sparehand
RICHARDS, Walter (45), 6 Percy St, Hull. Mate
UNDERWOOD, Albert (46). 11 Jennet-Grove, Gillett St, Hull. Bosun
WARE, George (18), 22 Monmouth St, Hull. Deckhand
WILSON, Alex (25), 3 Anne-grove, Spyvee St, Hull. Cook