Leeds WW1 War Memorials

Remembering those from Leeds who gave their lives in world war one.

LEEDS WW1 WAR MEMORIALS

ROYAL NAVY 1919


Remembering the 4 men from Leeds who gave their lives during 1919 whilst serving on board His Majesty's Royal Navy during World War One

04th FEBRUARY 1919

                                                                                                 HMS PENARTH

 A Hunt class minesweeper of 800 tons built in 1918, hit a mine and was sunk of the Yorkshire Coast clearing the North Sea minefields. 2 Officers and 35 other ranks lost their lives.

PETRIE George Officer's Steward 1st Class L/811S Drowned 04/02/1919 Aged 31. Born 28/03/1887 Hillside Montrose. Son of George and Jane Husband of Hannah Tocher Married 1915 Vol 2c Page 294. CWGC 9 Harold Walk Burley. Remembered Portsmouth Naval Memorial.

19th FEBRUARY 1919

                                                                                   HMS VELOX

A destroyer built in 1918. Took part in operations against Ostend. Went on to be used in WW2.

DEAN Ernest James Palmer Able Seaman J/3953 Died from Disease 12/02/1919 Aged 27. Born Armley 20/11/1891. Baptised 22/12/1891 New Wortley St Mary of Bethany. Son of Charles and Amelia Coram Married St Edmund Leeds 1888 Vol 9b Page 524. CWGC 37 Wycliffe Road Wimbledon. Laid to Rest Wimbledon Gap Road Cemetery London.

 

12th MARCH 1919

                                                                                HMS PEMBROKE

A training Barracks at Chatham Kent. In September 1917 Bombers hit the Chatham area causing the loss of 136 men.

MARSHALL Thomas William Ordinary Seaman J/58619 Died from Disease 12/03/1919 Aged 18. Born Leeds 11/09/1900. Baptised Hunslet St Silas 30/09/1900. Son of William and Sarah Elizabeth. Husband of Elsie Limbert Married 1919 Hunslet. 7 Wellington Lane. Laid to Rest Gillingham New Cemetery.

 18th MARCH 1919

                                                                                                  HMS INFLEXABLE

TUTTY Percival Theodore Wireman 2nd Class M/19825 18/03/1919 Aged 25. Born Son of Thomas and Amy CWGC 10 Victoria Mount Woodsley Road. Laid to Rest Lawnswood Cemetery Leeds. 

 


 

19th FEBRUARY 1919

                                                                                    HMS VELOX

A destroyer built in 1918.Took part in operations against Ostend. Went on to be used in WW2.

DEAN Ernest James Palmer Able Seaman J/3953 Died from Disease 12/02/1919 Aged 27. Born Armley 20/11/1891. Baptised 22/12/1891 New Wortley St Mary of Bethany. Son of Charles and Amelia Coram Married St Edmund Leeds 1888 Vol 9b Page 524. CWGC 37 Wycliffe Road Wimbledon. Laid to Rest Wimbledon Gap Road Cemetery London.


 

12th MARCH 1919

                                                                                HMS PEMBROKE

A training Barracks at Chatham Kent. In September 1917 Bombers hit the Chatham area causing the loss of 136 men.

MARSHALL Thomas William Ordinary Seaman J/58619 Died from Disease 12/03/1919 Aged 18. Born Leeds 11/09/1900. Baptised Hunslet St Silas 30/09/1900. Son of William and Sarah Elizabeth. Husband of Elsie Limbert Married 1919 Hunslet. 7 Wellington Lane. Laid to Rest Gillingham New Cemetery.


 

                                                              18th MARCH 1919

                                                                                                        HMS INFLEXABLE

TUTTY Percival Theodore Wireman 2nd Class M/19825 18/03/1919 Aged 25. Born Son of Thomas and Amy CWGC 10 Victoria Mount Woodsley Road. Laid to Rest Lawnswood Cemetery Leeds.