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HANDLEY,Charles.(33),113 Pickering rd,Hull.[Mate] lost with all hands,s/t.AMETHYST H455 Foundered off Kinnaird Head,24thJANUARY,1937. HANLEW,William.(-),Address not traced.[Apprentice] Lost overboard,f.s.THREE SISTERS H1287 In the North Sea,5thOCTOBER,1874. HANLON,George.(54),7 Herbert-ter,Wassand st,Hull.[Fireman] Died aboard,s/t.KINGSTON ZIRCON H108 In the North Sea,12thOCTOBER,1957. HANLON,Walter.(-),Address not traced.[Deckhand] Lost with,s/t.EROS H768 Struck mine 36 miles,E.N.E.of Spurn,8thJUNE,1918. HANNAH,Harold.(40),261 St.George's rd,Hull.[Skipper] Lost with all hands,s/t.AMBER H398 Missing in the North Sea,10thJANUARY,1920. HANNANT,James.(38),9 Springfield-villas,Pretoria st,Hull.[Cook] Lost with 8 shipmates,s/t.JERSEY H270 Enemy action,16 miles N.E.x E.of Spurn,5thNOVEMBER,1915. HANSEN,F.(37),Victoria Mansions,Hull.[Bosun] Lost overboard,s/t.OCEANIC H499 210 miles,E.N.E.of Spurn.16thAPRIL,1913. HANSON,Frederick.(26),86a Edinburgh st,Hull.[Mate] Lost overboard,s/t.NIGHT HAWK GY822 In the North Sea,27thJANUARY,1935. HANSON,H.C.(-),6 Clifton-ave,English st,Hull.[Deckhand] Lost with all hands,s/t.GREBE H906 Foundered in the North Sea,31stDECEMBER,1910. HANSON,John.(30),42 Salthouse-lane,Hull.[2nd/Hand] Lost overboard,f.s.LONDESBOROUGH On the Dogger Bank,30th JUNE,1863. HANSON,John.(-),3 Beaumont-ave,St.George's rd,Hull.[Skipper] Lost with 7 shipmates,s/t.LORD DEVONPORT H273 Wrecked on Hoy Island,Orkney,18thMARCH,1928. HARBER,Henry.(38),5 Ashton-villa,Eton St,Hull.[Skipper] Lost with all hands,s/t.BOYNE H424 Foundered in the North Sea,1stNOVEMBER,1898. HARBOARD,Albert.(23),4 Trent-ave,Eastbourn st,Hull.[Sparehand] Lost with all hands,s/t.EDWARD B.CARGILL H412 Struck mine off Spurn,15thNOVEMBER,1915. HARBOARD,Christopher.(50),24 Tyne st,Hull.[Trimmer] Lost with all hands,s/t.TORS FD 114 Struck mine 43 miles East of Spurn,30thJULY,1915. HARBORD,Victor.(31),2 Seaton-grove,Gipsyville,Hull.[Bosun] Lost with all hands,s/t.ENDON H161 Collision with unidentified vessel,3rdJANUARY,1933.


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