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  • 6730 Private Frederick Marriott was wounded during the Battle of Thiepval 26th to 29th September 1916. He died at the Casualty Clearing Station near Puchevillers and died of his wounds there. Buried in the Puchevillers British Cemetery grave V. C. 19. Photo by John F Knight
Person Details
Riddings Derbyshire
He was the son of George and Mary Ann Marriott and the brother of Charles Frederick and Eliza Marriott. In 1891 they lived at Riddings Derbyshire and in 1911 on Eastfield Side Sutton in Ashfield.
1901 - Coke Burner. 1911 Miner.
03 Oct 1916
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511754 - CWGC Website
6730
Private
9th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Frederick Marriott served with the battalion on Gallipoli and in Egypt. He moved to France with them on 1st July 1916 and to the Arras sector. After the battalion had become accustomed to trench warfare, they moved to the Somme. Frederick was wounded during the Battle of Thiepval and moved to the Casualty Clearing Station at Puchevillers but sadly died of his wounds. He was buried in the cemetery next to the CCS, grave V. C. 19
Frederick Marriott had a 4 digit number which means he was probably in the Territorial Force prior to the Great War.
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  • 6730 Private Frederick Marriott was wounded during the Battle of Thiepval 26th to 29th September 1916. He died at the Casualty Clearing Station near Puchevillers and died of his wounds there. Buried in the Puchevillers British Cemetery grave V. C. 19. Photo by John F Knight
    Frederick Marriott grave - 6730 Private Frederick Marriott was wounded during the Battle of Thiepval 26th to 29th September 1916. He died at the Casualty Clearing Station near Puchevillers and died of his wounds there. Buried in the Puchevillers British Cemetery grave V. C. 19. Photo by John F Knight