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  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone at White House Cemetery, St Jean-Les-Ypres, Belgium. Photo Murray Biddle
Person Details
Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire
George William Marshall was the son of John William Marshall and Mary Elizabeth Simpson who married in the Bingham registration district in 1893. Their children included: George William (b.1895), Winifred Mary (b.1896), Annie May (b.1899), Ivy Elizabeth (b.1900/d.1902), Mabel (b.1902) and Horace (b.1904). The family lived at: Holme Pierrepont [C.1901]; 79 Kennington Road, Old Radford [C.1911]; 13 Canterbury Road, Old Radford [n.e.p.24.12.1917 & CWGC]. George William was probably working his father who was employed as a van man for a steam laundry [C.1911]. John William Marshall died at Nottingham, aged 83, in 1956. His wife, Mary Elizabeth, predeceased him, probably dying at Nottingham in 1947, aged 72.
In 1911, he was a laundary van boy.
29 Nov 1917
22
454785 - CWGC Website
13497
Private
12th Bn Northumberland Fusiliers
He enlisted at Nottingham. White House Cemetery, St Jean-les-Ypres, West Vlaanderen, Belgium, Grave Reference: II C 1
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  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone at White House Cemetery, St Jean-Les-Ypres, Belgium. Photo Murray Biddle
    George William Marshall - Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone at White House Cemetery, St Jean-Les-Ypres, Belgium. Photo Murray Biddle