The Hartlepool men who gave their lives in the Battle of Jutland

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Hartlepool sailors who were lost at the Battle of Jutland, and the ship they served on:

l Peter Burns, Stoker, 18, son of Peter and Margaret Burns of York Road, West Hartlepool; HMS BLACK PRINCE.

l Frank Moore, Stoker, 29, son of the late Ralph Thompson Moore and Mary Jane Moore; husband of Emily Watson (formerly Moore), of Frederic Street, Hartlepool; HMS DEFENCE.

l Robert Sharp, Stoker, 30, husband of Mary Elizabeth Sharp of Sarah Street, West Hartlepool; HMS DEFENCE.

l Charles William Connon, Leading Stoker, 23, son of William and Mary Eliza Connon of Albert Street, West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l George Carter, Stoker, 43, of Bailey Street, West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l Victor Carter, Stoker, 29, of Charlotte Street, West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l Joseph Gilmore, Stoker, 23, son of Thomas and Emily Gilmore of Robinson Street, West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l William James Hart, Stoker, 22, son of William James and Jessie Hart of Bailey Street, West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l Robert Charles Norman, Stoker, resided at West Hartlepool; HMS INDEFATIGABLE.

l Edward George Bartholomew, Stoker, 19, (served as SALTHOUSE), son of Mathew and Mary Ellen Bartholomew of Lilley Street, Hartlepool; HMS INVINCIBLE.

l Albert William Bate, Stoker, 18, of Faulder Road, West Hartlepool; HMS INVINCIBLE.

l David Hamer, Stoker, 20, son of Henry and Hannah Hamer of Windermere Road, West Hartlepool; HMS INVINCIBLE.

More names will appear in next week’s Memory Lane column.

* The photographs below were provided by the World Ship Society.