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  • Photograph of the commonwealth wargraves commission headstone marking the grvae of Charles William Pashler at Monchy British Cemetery and is courtesy of 'Jeremy' and the lives of the first world war website.
Person Details
Nottingham
Charles William Pashler was born in 1882 at Nottingham and was the son of George a farmer and Frances Amelia Pashler née Ward . His father George was born in 1852 at Sutton Northamptonshire, his mother Frances Amelia Ward was born in 1853 at Bury St Edmunds, they were married in 1876 at Nottingham and went on to have 4 children sadly one died in infancy or early childhood, their surviving children were , Edith Annie b1878, Charles William b1883 and Mabel Ellen b1886 all were born in Nottingham. Charles William married his wife Nellie May Jackson (born 19th February 1883) in 1907 at Nottingham, they lived at 57 Shipstone Street , Nottingham, they went on to have the following children, Frances Annie born 1st June 1909 , Winifred Mary born 22nd August 1911 and Edith Marjorie born 2nd November 1915. In 1911 the family lived at 57 Shipstone Street Nottingham and were shown as Charles William Pashler 28 yrs a grocer provisions and beer retailer, he is living with his wife Nellie May 28 yrs and their daughter Frances Annie 1 year of age. In the same 1911 census his parents are living at Gunthorpe village and are shown as Charles Pashler 59 yrs a farmer he is living with his wife Frances 58 yrs and their daughter Edith 32 yrs working at home, also living with them is William Pashler 54 yrs assisting on the farm (brother) Following his death his widow Nellie was awarded a pension of 26 shillings and 3 pence a week commencing 18th February 1918. His probate was proven on 31st August 1917 in Nottingham and shows him as Charles William Pashler of 57 Shipstone Street, New Basford, Nottingham, Private in H.M.Army died on 27th July 1917 in France his effects of £436, 15 shillings and 11 pence were left to William Joseph Dyche Woodroffe a draper.
He was a grocer provisioner and beer retailer.
27 Jul 1917
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28850 - CWGC Website
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Private
37th Coy Machine Gun Corps
Private Charles William Pashler, enlisted at Nottingham he initially served with the service number M/281262 in the Army Service Corps later transferring to the 37th Company Machine Gun Corps, he was killed in action on 27th July 1917. He is buried in Monchy British Cemetery, Monchy-le-Preux. Grave Reference: I D 22
His birth was registered J/A/S/1882 so may have been 35 when killed. In memoriam published 27th July 1918 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- “PASHLER. – In loving memory of Chas. W. Pashler, M.G.C., killed in action July 27th, 1917. – Wife and children.” above is courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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  • Photograph of the commonwealth wargraves commission headstone marking the grvae of Charles William Pashler at Monchy British Cemetery and is courtesy of 'Jeremy' and the lives of the first world war website.
    Charles William Pashler - Photograph of the commonwealth wargraves commission headstone marking the grvae of Charles William Pashler at Monchy British Cemetery and is courtesy of 'Jeremy' and the lives of the first world war website.