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Date of Birth
Date of Death
12 May 1918
War time / or Pre War occupation
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World War I Address
Place of Death
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Soldier or Civilian
Pte Frederick Archer Marshall, 200315, 1/5th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of typhoid fever on May 12th, 1918, while serving in Palestine. He left a widow, Charlotte, and three children living at 6 Albert Terrace, New Town Street, Luton.
Frederick had served as a volunteer for 15 years, and was with Col Brighten's forces in the early stages of the war
He had married Charlotte Fowler at St Matthew's Church, Luton, on February 11th, 1911. The couple were at the time living with Charlotte's parents at 17 Duke Street, Luton, Frederick working as a straw hat blocker for manufacturer Mrs Leonard in Albert Road.
Frederick was born in Luton in 1886, a son of George and Minnie Marshall, who in 1911 were living at 28 Cambridge Street. He and Charlotte had four children – Frederick, Charles, Lilian and Hilda, but sadly Hilda died in 1917 when just one year old.