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He was the son of George Henry and Sarah Edna Shipside and the brother of Rex, Madge and Lawrence Shipside. In 1911 they lived at 15 Beech Avenue and later at 217 Gladstone Street (both Nottingham).
He was an apprentice lace curtain designer in 1911.
30 Apr 1917
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Lance Sergeant
2/7th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Lance Sergeant Marshall Shipside, served with the 2/7th Battalion Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment (Robin Hood Rifles), he died of wounds on 30th April 1917. He is buried in La Chapelette British and Indian Cemetery, Peronne.
In memoriam published 30th April 1918 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- “SHIPSIDE. – In ever-loving memory of Lance-Sergeant Marshall Shipside, who was killed April 30th, 1917. Until we meet. We cannot, Lord, Thy purpose see, but all is best that's done by Thee. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. – From father, mother, sister, brother, 217, Gladstone-street, Sherwood-rise, and Rex [1] (in France); also from his loving fiancée Winnie (Cis), The Gables, Newbold-road, Chesterfield. “SHIPSIDE. – In ever-loving memory of my dear nephew, Marshall Shipside, who was killed in France April 30th, 1917. Always in my thoughts. – Aunt.” Above in memoriam are courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918 His brother Private Wallace Rex Shipside, served with “B” Company, 2/7th Battalion Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment (Robin Hood Rifles). His home address shown in the 1918 Absent Voters List was 217 Gladstone Street, Nottingham.
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