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!


Hull & Barnsley Railway Company (WW1)
 
  
Kingston upon Hull. H1 1NQ
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Consisting of two discrete plaques, there is an inscription on the larger bronze plaque which reads; 
space 1914 1918 HULL AND BARNSLEY RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE HONOURED MEMORY OF THESE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR  
followed by the names of 178 fallen employees. space
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The smaller of the two plaques contains a list of six employees who died of their wounds, following the cessation of hostilities. Originally unveiled by local dignitares and dedicated by Bishop Suffragan of Hull on the 9th May 1925. The memorial origin 
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