|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|51||Goodship||William Goodship||id: 41||203858||26||1||World War I memorial|
|52||Gram||Betsy Gram||1834||43||1877||id: 15||203793||10|
|53||Grant||Emma Louisia Grant||1872||2||1874||id: 7||203785||16||5/11/1872|
|54||Grant||Frank G Grant||id: 41||203861||9||World War I memorial|
|55||Grant||George Grant||id: 41||203860||12||World War I memorial|
|56||Grant||Harold Grant||id: 41||203859||29||World War I memorial|
|57||Grant||Roland G Grant||id: 41||203862||18||World War I memorial|
|58||Gray||Harold Gray||id: 41||203863||15||World War I memorial|
|59||Gray||Mary Ann Gray||1852||23||1875||id: 5||203783||9|
|60||Gray||Rachel Ann Gray||1846||30||1876||id: 25||203804||14|
|George William Gray||1876||aged 3w|
|61||Gray||Samuel James Gray||1872||id: 20||203799||20||aged 6m|
|62||Green||Fred Green||id: 41||203864||8||World War I memorial|
|63||Hague||Phil Hague||id: 41||203865||21||World War I memorial|
|64||Heaton||John Heaton||id: 41||203866||24||World War I memorial|
|65||Hobson||Phillip Hobson||id: 41||203867||25||World War I memorial|
|66||Hodgson||Robert M Hodgson||id: 41||203868||16||World War I memorial|
|67||Holmes||Charlotte Holmes||1838||56||1894||id: 3||203781||17|
|68||Holmes||Harriet Holmes||1859||12||1871||id: 2||203780||10|
|69||Holtby||John Holtby||1819||59||1878||id: 17||203795||46||2||10/4/1819|
|70||Hornby||Mary Hornby||1831||67||1898||id: 27||203806||38|
|71||Houghton||Harold J Houghton||id: 41||203869||11||World War I memorial|
|72||Humberstone||Herbert Humberstone||id: 41||203870||23||1||World War I memorial British Army Records 1914-1920 Herbert Humberstone Grimsby (10th) Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment ( Often known by its original name of the Grimsby Chums.) Regt No 10/257 b. Weelsby Parish near Grimsby, Linc Age 32yr 166day Religion: Wesleyan Occ: Ice labourer; living at Cleethorpes with father for last 3 years. Enlisted 17 Sep 1914 as Private; appointed Lance Cpl 6 Nov 1915; 5ft 7 1/2ins; 154 lbs. Reported missing officially regarded as having died 7 July 1916. On 12 March 1917 widow given pension of 17/6 per week for herself & one child after husband still reported missing. Awarded Victory medal 12 Jan; British War Medal Embarked 9 Jan 1916 Southampton for France; Reported missing 1/7/16; Recorded Killed in action on 1/7/16 from War Office 24 Nov 1916; instructed official notification of wife on 14 Dec 1916. Wife's address on 22 March 1917 36 Poplar Road, Cleethorpes. Child: Ethel Humberstone b. 9 June 1908; Father William Humberstone; mother dead. Total service 1 yr 288 days. Original address: 68 Burger St, Cleethorpes with wife. Father William, mother Elizabeth of 12 Bennett Road, Cleethorpes. Marriage: Annie Elizabeth Brammer spinster, Clee Parish Church 26/3/1906; Minister A H Pope; Witness: Jonathan Brammer & Arthur Humberstone; Child: Ethel b. 9/6/1908 Cleethorpes; Bap Clee Parish Church by AH Pope|
|73||Humberstone||Thomas S Humberstone||id: 41||203871||17||World War I memorial|
|74||Jewitt||Charles Jewitt||1812||82||1894||id: 13||203791||39|
|75||Jollans||Sidney Jollans||id: 41||203872||33||1||Born 22 May 1891, the third son of William and Sarah Jollans, Sidney Jollans was a Lance Corporal in the 2nd Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment. He died in action on 9th May 1915. He received the Distinguished Service Medal and the Cross of St George 4th class (Russia). He is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, on the Kirton-in-Lindsey War Memorial and on the memorial at St. Peter`s Church in St. Peter`s Avenue, Cleethorpes.|
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