Police Constable 23 Albert Henry Hull

Police Constable Albert Hull joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 1911 having served in the army. He was recalled to his former regiment on 4th August 1914 and was wounded in 1915 before returning to the  Constabulary in February 1919. He retired in 1937.

 

Police Constable 23 Albert Henry Hull
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9006)

Record of Service, Police Constable 23 Hull
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9007)

 

 

Record of Service, Police Constable 23 Hull
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9007-1)

 

Record of Service, Police Constable 23 Hull
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9007-2)

Record of Service, Police Constable 23 Hull
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9007-3)

presented to Albert H Hull who enlisted in the Grenadier Guards during the 1914-18 war.
Albert Hull attained the rank of sergeant in the Grenadier Guards. The box carries the badge of the guards and the initials HM. Also on the side of the box is the legend, Made where “CAKE” was unknown.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2186)

Chief Constable’s General Orders of 17th August 1914 with names of officers called up for war service. This list includes Police Constable Hull.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1892-1)

New from the front which includes reference to the fact that Police Constable Hull has been wounded.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9010)

Police Constable Hull rescues a dog thrown down a pit at Coleford.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9012)

Police Constable Hull receives the Silver Braid from the Chief Constable for rescuing a dog thrown down a pit at Coleford.(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9013)

Police Constable Hull investigating the body of a woman in a well.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9008)

Police Constable Hull investigating a beggar at Drybrook.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9009)

Police Constable Hull at the scene of a fatal car crash at Newnham.
(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9011)

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