November 24th

On 24th November 1299, King Edward I visited the Collegiate Society of St John, Beverley, and was entertained for 3 days.

On 24th November 1835, Mrs Jane Legard created the Etton Lying-In Charity by her will, providing maternity articles and food for new mothers – so long as they had been married at least 9 months.

On 24th November 1906, John Dunham, 53, train driver and Edward Booth, 25, fireman, of Hull, died in a rail accident at Ulleskelf , which led to railway safety improvements. photo – Western General Cemetery, Hull

Edwd Booth memorial

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