Memorials and Honour Rolls

There are still a large number of surviving memorials and rolls of honour around the city, if you know where to look. You can scroll through some of them, and one or two lost ones, here. If you know of a memorial anywhere in Hull which is not listed, please let us know; be it made of paper, stone or bronze - or anything else for that matter!


Kingston upon Hull Library Memorial Clock
 
  
Kingston upon Hull. HU1 3TF
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The inscription is contained on two plates which read as follows; 
space (plate 1) THE CLOCK ON THE NORTH WALL OF THIS LIBRARY WAS ERECTED AS A TRIBUTE TO THE SPIRIT OF HULL WHOSE CITIZENS ENDURED WITH FORTITUDE THE AIR RAIDS OF WORLD WAR II 1939 - 1945 THE GIFT OF SIR IRVING BENSON C.B.D.D. OF MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA A SON OF KINGSTON UPON HULL MAY 1966 (PLATE 2) THIS STONE WAS LAID BY HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS ROYAL ON THE 12MAY 1959 
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