R. J. Marshall
Service no. L/40226
Serjeant, Royal Field Artillery, “B” Bty. 186th Bde.
Born in Clapham; enlisted at Camberwell
Killed in action at age 45 on 24 March 1918
CWGC: “Husband of Charlotte Jane Marshall, of 22 Love Lane, Stockwell, London.”
Remembered at Pozieres Memorial, France and on the war shrine at St Michael’s Church, Stockwell Park Road, London SW9 0DA
Information from the 1911 census
Richard James Marshall, 39 in 1911, was a commercial coachman. He was born in Clapham and lived with his wife Waterloo-born Charlotte Jane Marshall, 39 at 6 Eastcote Street, Stockwell, where they had 4 rooms. They had 2 surviving children (of 3): Dorothy Ena Marshall, 2, born in Clapham; Gladys Edith Marshall, 3, born in Stockwell.