Where the 5th Yorks Btn had fought from April 1915 to June 1918.||
1st to 5th - Battalion at Vert La Granvelle until 9th.|
35748 Pte Hayes Edward Born and enlisted at Birmingham.
Killed in action 180601 Ex 238906 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Battn Commemorated at Sissonne British Cemetery.
5th - A Composite Brigade was formed by the Division and moved up to Line. Only details left at Vert Le Granvelle.
6th - Major Douglas J Ward, MC arrived to take over command of the Battalion. Lt and Qr PJ Foord and 1 OR wounded.
8th - 5 ORs wounded.
35718 Pte Druce Charles Born and enlisted at Stroud.
Killed in action on the 8th June 1918. Ex 236385 35th T R Bn. Commemorated at Montcornet Military Cemetery.
9th to 13th - Battalion moved to billets in Broyes. 3 ORs killed and 1 wounded on the 12th.
35715 Pte Arnold John William Born and enlisted at Birmingham.
Killed in action on the 8th June 1918 aged 19. Ex 4629 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Battn Glos Regt. CGWC give 12th Battn. Commemorated at
Courmas British Cemetery.
35747 Pte Spear Arthur Thomas Henry. Home at 18 Bloy St, Easton, Bristol place of birth and enlistment.
Killed in action on the 12th June 1918 aged 19. Ex 238816 12 Glos Yeo Cyclist Battn. Commemorated at Soissons Memorial.
35271 Pte Wainwright George Edward. Home at 9 Port Arthur Rd, Sneinton, Notts.Born and enlisted Nottingham.
Killed in action on the 12th June 1918 aged 19. Ex 35370 9th TR Battn. Commemorated at Courmas British Cemetery.
240877 Pte Barnard George. Home at Hunmanby, Born Driffield. Enlisted Hunmanby.
Died 180613 on the 13th June 1918. Commemorated at St Sever Cemetery Ext Rouen. Hospital.
35661 Pte Boulton George Henry. Home at 12 George St, Barnton, Northwiich, Cheshire place of enlistment and birth.
Killed in action on the 13th June 1918 aged 21. Ex 62409 Cheshire Regt. Commemorated at Sezanne Communal Cemetery.
13th - Moved to Pris. 1 OR of Composite Coy wounded. Remained here to 17th.
17th - Battalion moved to Les Essarts and remained there until 23rd.
19th - The Composite Battalion returned from the Line.
21st - Brigade General Marshall addressed the Bn.
23rd - The Composite Coy moved to Broyes to join the 150th Composite Battalion under the command of Col Wilkinson DSO.
Remainder of Transport and Details moved to Moeurs, where remained until 30th
25th - Details training. Capt A Simkins MC joined Bn as 2nd in Command.
35778 Pte Back Harry Thomas. Home at 15 Mattison Rd, Haringay, London.
Killed in action on the 26th June 1918 aged 22. Ex G/11967 Middlesex Regt. Commemorated at Vailly British Cemetery.
21223 Pte Hutchinson Harold Home at 29 Sutherland St, Middlesbrough. Born and enlisted at Middlesbrough.
Died on the 28th June 1918 aged 23. (In SDGW as 5th Yorks Battn. CWGC gives 12th Battn.) Commemorated at Tincourt New British Cemetery.
30th - Moved to St Sophie Farm, a march of 12.5 miles. Composite Bn rejoined on arrival at destination.
1st - Marched at 5 am to Connantray Vaurefoy 8.5 miles. Billeted there for night.
2nd - Training.
3rd - Marched at 5 am to Sommesous and entrained at 8.30 am. Destination unknown. Travelled all day and night.
4th - Arrived at 8.30 am at Hangest sur Somme. Marched to Metigny, where arrived 2.30 pm and billeted. Remained training there
11th - Inspection of Bde by GOC 50th Div and presentation of decorations. Sgt C Spivey received Bar to DCM.
12th - Marched to Caumont and billeted there until 19th.
15th - 6 Officers and 173 ORs despatched to Base
Lt Col Douglas J Ward MC, Capts ER Saltonstall M.C. and WH Porter, 2nd Lt CS Hill and 36 ORs formed into a Training Cadre.
19th - Embussed at Caumont and travelled to Rouxmesnil Camp near Dieppe, where remained Training for rest of month.
44864 Pte Tweddle Ralph. Born Stockley and enlisted Spennymoor.
Died on the 19th July 1918. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
34789 Pte Petch Frederick John Born and enlisted at Bury St Edmunds Suffolk.
Died on the 21st July 1918. Ex TR/5/10479 3rd TR Battn, Commemorated at Vailly British Cemetery.
34084 Pte Herve Joseph Francis. Born and enlisted at Jersey, Channel Is
Died on the 24th July 1918. Ex 146635 3rd Labour Battn. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
13466 Cpl Walton W. Home at Southwick, Co Durham. Born West Boldon, Co Durham and enlisted Sunderland.
Died of wounds on the 24th July 1918. SDWG has Charles Walton. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
242237 Pte Whittred Frank Ellis. Home at 5 White Hill, Hitchin Herts. Born Ringstead, Norfolk and enlisted
Hitchin Herts. Died on the 25th July 1918 aged 29. Commemorated at Sissonne British Cemetery. |
238020 Pte Stone Albert. Home at 33 Penypeel Rd, Canton, place of birth and enlisted Cardiff.
Died on the 26th July 1918 aged 21. Ex 1535 Welsh Regt. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
242747 Pte Brown Robert. Home at 153 Victoria Rd, Middlesbrough. Place of birth Middlesbrough. Enlisted at Richmond
Yorks. Died on the 28th July 1918 aged 22. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
27493 Pte Crowther Reginald Shaw. Born and enlisted at Brighouse, Yorks.
Died of wounds on the 28th July 1918. Commemorated at Montcornet Military Cemetery.
48229 Pte Lester Francis Thomas. Home at 145 North St, Wolverhampton. Born and enlisted at Wolverhampton.
Died on the 29th July 1918 aged 18. Ex TR/5/110108 87th TR Battn. Commemorated at Sissonne British Cemetery.
35437 Pte Cooke John Lawrence. Enlisted at Manchester.
Died on the 30th July 1918. Ex 16970 Manchester Regt. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
34874 Pte Percival Walter. Home at 42 Stratford St, Dewsbury Rd, Leeds.Born at Aysgarth Yorks. Enlisted Leeds,
Died on the 30th July 1918 aged 19. Ex 86266 91st TR Battn. Commemorated at Sissonne British Cemetery.
43321 Pte Pridmore Sydney George. Home at Long Eaton. Born Preston. Enlisted Ilkeston.
Died on the 30th July 1918. Commemorated at Sissonne British Cemetery.
Memorial stone to brothers, William and Robert Jennings.|
[Photograph kindly contributed by Ray Wilkins of Middlesbrough.]
2nd Lt Jennings William. Home at 254 Linthorpe Rd, Middlesbrough where he was born in 1896.|
His father, William, a Customs Officer had died in 1910.
Commissioned from the ranks of the Yorkshire Regiment. He had been badly wounded sometime during this German offensive of 27th May 1918 and
died of these wounds nearly 3 months later on the 31th July 1918, aged 23. Commemorated at Beaurepaire French National Cemetery Pontavert.
His mother, Fanny Jennings, listed as widow and Boarding House Keeper, had received more
tragic news just a week earlier.
William's brother Robert was killed in a flying accident in the UK.
Robert had enlisted on 8th May 1916 and served as Private 59634 with the 3rd Battalion Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment)
before transferring to the newly formed Royal Air Force.
At 6.20 am on the on 24 July 1918 Cadet Robert and Captain Malcome Macay Macleod took to the Sky in a D.H.6 At Withering Aerodrome near
Stamford Lincs to Practice formation Flying with 2nd Lieut W N Miles in a second D.H.6. At about 7.15 the Planes were gliding down
towards the Aerodrome to land. The second D.H.6 piloted by W N Miles overtook the first D.H.6 and collided with it about 200 feet from
the ground , Both Planes crashed to the ground The planes were totally wrecked.|
Robert, aged 20, Capt Macleod and 2nd Lieut W N Miles were all Killed in the Incident.
He was buried in North Ormesby [St Joseph's] Roman Catholic Cemetery, Middlesbrough, N Yorks, where a memorial to both brothers still
46706 Pte Waterson Joseph. Home at Spennymoor. Born Stockton and enlisted Sunderland.
Died on the 31th July 1918 aged 27. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
1st - At Rouxmesnil Camp, Dieppe until 15th.
34918 Pte Guiver Albert Edmund. Home at 3 Chargeable Lane Plaistow Essex. Born Burstard. Enlisted Stratford.
Killed in action on the 5th August 1918 aged 30. Ex 51695 Welsh Regt. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery Extension.
34865 Pte McLaren James. Home at Hebburn. place of birth. Enlisted Jarrow.
Died on the 5th August 1918. Ex 86338 91st TR Battn. CWGC gives 12th Battn. SDGW gives 5th. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery
235741 Pte Preston Robert Thomas. Enlisted Darwen.
Died on the 5th August 1918. Ex 3373 E Lancs Regt. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
240093 L/Cpl Hornby George. Home at Norton Yorks. Born Eddlethorpe Malton place of enlistment.
Died on the 7th August 1918. Awarded the Military Medal. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
35737 Pte Crampton William Henry. Born and enlisted at Birmingham.
Killed in action on the 8th August 1918. 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Battalion. Commemorated at Cement House Cemetery.
Major Palliser John Silvester. Home at Brentwood, Flamborough, Bridlington, Born at Rotherham.
Commissioned from the ranks of the Yorkshire Regiment. He had been in the TF since 1911 and went with the 5th Battn to France in
1915 as a L/Cpl in the Signal Section. After 10 weeks at Ypres he was recommended for a Commission and sent home for training.
He returned to France as 2nd in Command of a Company in the Machine Gun Corps. He had been involved in fighting at Arras, Bullercourt and
Passchendaele and was promoted to Captain in September 1917 as CO of a Company and made Major on the 1st March 1918 whilst home on leave.
Pte S J E Wood.|
[Photograph kindly contributed by Mick Trainor of New Marske, N Yorks.]
Killed in action on the 9th August 1918 aged 25. Awarded the Croix de Guerre, Belgian. Commemorated at Villers Bretonneux Cemetery. |
35380 Pte Walker John. Born and enlisted Preston, Lancs.
Died on the 11th August 1918. Ex 3/45469 74th TR Battn. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
48420 Pte Adams Arthur. Born Leicester and enlisted Nottingham.
Died on the 12th August 1918 aged 19. Ex TR/5/71882 87th TR Battn Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
34812 Pte Elsworth Willie. Home at 60 Pothouse Rd, Wibsey, Bradford. place of birth and enlistment.
Killed in action on the 12th August 1918 aged 19. Ex TR/5/15021 4th T R Battn. Commemorated at Vendresse British Cemetery.
240083 Cpl Woodmansey Bertram. Home at 16 Marshall Ave, Bridlington. Born and enlisted at Driffield.
Died on the 12th August 1918 aged 24. Commemorated at Glageon Communal Cemetery Extension.
35668 Pte Dawe Reginald Mark Home at 76 Milbourne St, Tredworth Gloucester. Born and enlisted at Gloucester.
Died on the 13th August 1918 aged 28. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
35711 Pte Martin Reginald Cyril Brett. Home at Hayton, Grove Ave, Yeovil, Somerset. Born and enlisted at
Bournemouth. Died on the 14th August 1918 aged 40. Ex 38658 Hants Regt Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery Extension.
15th - Travelled by train to Etaples and marched to Cucq Camp, where remained training until 20th.
Memorial stone to Pte Stephen Wood in Eston Cemetery, Middlesbrough.|
[Photograph kindly contributed by Ray Wilkins of Middlesbrough.]
35662 Pte Rush Ernest Wilfred. Enlisted Barnsley.
Died on the 17th August 1918. Ex 32383 West Riding Regt. Commemorated at Vendresse British Cemetery. |
5505/242698 Pte Wood Stephen John Ernest. Born South Bank and enlisted Middlesbrough. At the 1911 census he was a boot and shoe
repairer residing at 75 Glebe Rd, Middlesbrough. In this year he married Eva Prest, the lady on the photograph above.
Died of dysentery while POW at the French village of Trelon on 19th August 1918. Buried at nearby Glageon Communal Cemetery Extension.
20th - Marched to New Camp near Le Touquet, Lewis Gun School, where remained training for rest of month.
42404 Pte Manders Edward Charles. Enlisted Tewkesbury.
Died on the 21st August 1918. Ex 164223 Royal Field Artillery. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension.
38168 Pte Halliday Fred. Born at Shipley and enlisted Bingley.
Died on the 22nd August 1918. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension.
Lt Guy Storey Townsend.
Lt Townsend Guy Storey. Home at 7 Severs St, South Bank, Middlesbrough. The adopted son of John and Lucy
He had served in the ranks of the Yorkshire Regiment before being commissioned.
Killed in action on the 23rd August 1918 aged 26. Attached to the Machine Gun Corps at death. Commemorated at Bonnay Communal Cemetery
48353 Pte Chadwick Walter Born and enlisted at Bolton.
Died on the 25th August 1918. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery. |
34872 Pte Ord John George. Home at 19 The Baulk, Worksop, Notts. Born Skelton in Cleveland. Enlisted Retford.
Died on the 28th August 1918 aged 19. Ex 77558 91st TR Battn. Commemorated at Chauny Communal British Extension.
35725 Pte Harper Stanley Wallace. Born and enlisted at Bristol.
Died on the 29th August 1918. Commemorated at Mopntcornet Military Cemetery.
2nd Lt Humphrey Richard Ronald. Home at 19 South Parade, Gainsborough, Lincs. Prior to the War he was a
Chief clerk with Bridlington Town Hall. He had served in the ranks of
the Kings Royal Rifle Corps before being commissioned into the 5th on the 25th Jan 1917.
A local paper reported in April 1917 that he
had been wounded by shrapnel in his Right arm and spent several months in Hospital.
He was serving with another Unit at his death.
He had initially been listed missing in action, but several months later his family received notice from his CO that he had been part
of a 5 man patrol & had been wounded by enemy action, last seen crawling for cover. His body was found at the beginning of the British
advance but due to its state was buried immediately. Following the Armistice his remains were found once more by CSM Herbert Hey of 23
POW Company who was able to identify his body by his engraved ring & his id disc. He was also able to confirm that he had been killed
by gunfire. He then had the German POW under his command bury the body. He wrote a letter describing his actions to Humphrey's parents
& it was published in the Bridlington Press of 23 May 1919.
Killed in action on the 31st August 1918 aged 27. Commemorated at Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux en Gohelle.
5th Battn cadre at Stella-Plage Camp for remainder of the War doing Training, Recreation, Working Parties and Tactical schemes for Officers.
Remainder transferred to other Units.
240230 Pte Edmond Alfred Henry. Home at 14 Wansford Rd, Driffield Yorks.
Killed in action on the 2nd September 1918 aged 24. Commemorated at Chauny Communal British Extension.
41862 Pte Kerfoot Henry. Born Goosnargh Preston. Enlisted Longridge.
Died on the 4th September 1918. Commemorated at St Erme Communal Cemetery Extension.
33097 Pte Willcox Edward Bell. Born and enlisted at Alnwick.
Died on the 4th September 1918 aged 33. Ex 4315 Northumberland Fusiliers. SDGW gives Wilcox. Commemorated at St Souplet British Cemetery.
34693 Pte Bewley Thomas. Home at Oswaldwhistle, Born Preston and enlisted at Accrington.
Killed in action on the 6th September 1918. Ex TR/3/21823 68th T R Battn. Commemorated at Grand-Seraucourt British Cemetery.
35742 Pte Smith Harry Home at Laverton nr Broadway Worcester, place of birth. Enlisted Cheltenham.
Died on the 13th September 1918. Ex 236376 Glos Yeomanry Cyclist Battn. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension.
34776 Pte Briggs Fred Home at 12 Cottage Beck Rd, New Brumby, LIncs place of birth, Enlisted Scunthorpe.
Died on the 16th September 1918 aged 19. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension.
240684 Pte Moody Richard. Home at Carnaby, Bridlington place of birth and enlistment.
Died on the 17th September 1918 aged 21. Commemorated at Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension.
240238 L/Cpl Pollard Thomas Haslewood. Born and enlisted at Market Weighton.
Died on the 17th September 1918 aged 27. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
35234 Pte Richardson James. Born and enlisted Lingfield Surrey.
Died on the 17th September 1918. Ex 35217 9th TR Battn. Commemorated at Soissons Memorial.
35723 Pte James William Edgar. Born and enlisted at Swansea.
Died on the 18th September 1918. Ex 238861 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Battn. Commemorated at Montcornet Military Cemetery.
27495 Pte Spencer Herbert. Home at 41 Green St, Keighley. Born and enlisted at Keighley.
Died on the 20th September 1918 aged 22. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
33927 Pte Cromwell William. Home at Dublin. Born Phipsborough, Dublin.
Killed in action on the 21st September 1918 aged 24. Commemorated at Montcornet Military Cemetery.
243804 Pte Wilson William Broughton. Home at 19 Flamstead Rd, Ilkeston. Born Cotmanhay Derbys. Enlisted Ilkeston.
Died of wounds on the 22nd September 1918 aged 28. Commemorated at Ilkeston Park Cemetery.
Lt Townsend Vernon. Home at Moorgate, Rotherham. He had served in the ranks of the Yorkshire Regiment
before being commissioned and was wounded with the 5th Battn in March 1918. Serving with another Unit at death.
Killed in action on the 24th September 1918. Commemorated at Chapelle British Cemetery Holnon,
2nd Lt Watson Arthur James. Served with the 5th Battn and after their reduction to only Cadre force he was
transferred to the 7th East Yorks Battn.
Killed in action on the 26th September 1918. Attached 7th Bn East Yorks at death. Commemorated at Vis en Artois Memorial.
241168 L/Cpl Allenby Thomas. Home at Kirby Mills, Kirbymoorside, N Yorks.
Died on the 1st October 1918 aged 23. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
241226 Pte Jessop William Bell. Enlisted at Beverley.
Died on the 5th October 1918. Commemorated at Terlincthun British Cemetery Wimille.
2nd Lt Tatham Joseph Selby. Home at 2 Foster Rd, Thorne nr Doncaster. Served as QM Sgt with the Kings Own Yorkshire
Light Infantry before being commissioned. Served with the 5th Battn and transferred to the 7th West Yorks Battn after the 5th was
reduced to Cadre force in June 1918.
Died of wounds on the 11th October 1918 aged 33. West Yorks Regt at death. Commemorated at Naves Communal Cemetery Extension.
35275 Pte Walker Stewart. Home at Leeds. Born Banrony Lanarkshire. Enlisted Glasgow.
Died on the 12th October 1918. Ex 35586 9th TR Battn. Commemorated at Soissons Memorial.
204035 Pte Gough Frederick. Home at Brompton, Northallerton. Yorks. Born Rawcliffe Yorks. Enlisted Northallerton.
Killed in action on the 15th October 1918 aged 21. Commemorated at Soissons Memorial.
24991 Pte Allen Charles. Home at 55 Milibant St, Middlesbrough. Born Stockton on Tees, Enlisted Middlesbrough.
Died on the 17th October 1918 aged 32. Commemorated at Harlebeke New British Cemetery.
241714 Pte Jennison Alexander. Born and enlisted at Hull.
Died on the 18th October 1918. Commemorated at Mons Communal Cemetery.
48140 Pte Wilford Joseph. Home at 28 Richardson St, Heaton Newcastle. Born York and enlisted Newcastle.
Died on the 22nd October 1918 aged 23. Commemorated at Marfaux British Cemetery.
1955 Pte Jennison Leonard. Home at Fairfield Rd Bridlington. One of two brothers who served in the 5th
Battn from first going to France in April 1915, having enlisted in August 1914.
His brother Fred's fascinating story is given on the page for 29th May 1918. His life was saved in 1915 by a bullet lodging in a Bible and
in 1918 he was, it seems, mistakenly reported killed in action.
According to the Bridlington Annals After two years Leonard was "invalided to an Irish Hospital suffering from Trench foot, having spent
the last 4 months in the line at the Somme." [The 5th Battn's operations began there in September 1916.] He was later transferred to
the 1st Yorks Battn. This Unit spent the whole war in India. Leonard died there on the 30 October 1918 of Influenza. He is
commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate).
6th - November. Battalion demobilised.
240210 Sgt Nutbrown Robert Henry. Home at Scarborough. Born York. Enlisted Ebberston.
Died on the 6th November 1918. Commemorated at Ripon Cemetery North Yorks.
35791 Pte Ruel Walter Alexander Harold. Home at Acton Vale London, place of enlistment. Born Shepherds Bush.
Died on the 10th November 1918 aged 28. Ex G/33043 Middlesex Regt. Commemorated at Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.
Lt E. Majolier.
Lt Majolier Edward. Date of birth: 12 May 1888. Died of Pneumonia at home on the 26th, aged 30. He went out to France when the Battalion first went on 18th April 1915, leading the advance Party and fought at Second Ypres.|
Death registered at St Georges, Hanover Sq, London. Place of burial not known.
He was a awarded a Silver War Badge for the wounded in November 1917
Edouard was the elder son of Edouard Majolier, of Huguenot descent, and his wife, Suzanne. Edouard Senior was a Corn Broker and Factor. The family lived at 20 Bramham Gardens, Earls Court and had two sons and four daughters.
Edouard was educated at Eton and went up to Christ Church in 1907. The following year, in which his father died, he rowed in the College Eight in the Grand Challenge Cup.
In 1910, he was in the University Eight which won the Boat Race. His weight was 13 stone and half a pound.
In 1911, he was living at 20 Bramham Gardens and described as a Cornbroker’s Clerk. At the outbreak of war, he was commissioned Lieutenant in the 5th Yorkshire Regiment.
In the spring of 1916, he married Geraldine Briggs at Atcham. They had two daughters, Chloe born in 1917 and Peggy born in the summer of 1918.
Probate was granted to a chartered accountant. He left £16,100-0s-1d.
His photograph has Hull R.F.C under his name.
48427 Pte Elliot George Stuart. Home at Sunderland place of enlistment. Born Wallsend.
Died on th 15th December 1918 aged 19. Ex TR/5/71720 87th T R Battn. Commemorated at Terlincthun British (Hospital) Cemetery, Wimille.
243283 Pte Bowns William. Home at Blaby, Leicester. Born Blaby Leics. Enlisted Stokesley N Yorks.
Died on the 30th December 1918 aged 38. Commemorated at Dover St James Cemetery. |
14955 Pte Richardson John. Home at Boldon Colliery, Co Durham. Born Hedworth, Sunderland. Enlisted Bolden
Colliery. Died on the 10th January 1919 aged 31. Commemorated at Soissons Memorial.
35245 Pte Sheldrake Wallace. Home at Brampton Hunts. Born Bungay Suffolk Enlisted Huntingdon.
Died of wounds on the 18th June 1919. Ex 3516 9th TR Battn. Commemorated at Brampton Cemetery Huntingdonshire.
41832 Pte Roberts Ifar Wyn. Enlisted Bangor.
Died of wounds on the 23rd July 1919. Ex 160266 Royal Field Artillery. Commemorated at Cae Athraw Calvinistic Methodist Chapelyard.
1269/240125 Pte Clark William. B Company. Wounded at the Battle of Morval on the Somme, on about the 29th September 1916 and after treatment in the UK was discharged with Silver War Badge on the 16th May 1917. Died of exhaustion from "Mania" in Hul City Mental Hospital on the 17th December 1928, aged 34. Buried in Western Cemetery, Kingston upon Hull.