Lt James Marshall

1887 Feb 9. James Marshall born Mid Calder is a town in West Lothian, Scotland

1891 census at Greenbank St, Galashiels

MARSHALL, Alexander Head Married M 39 1852 Railway Porter
Melrose
MARSHALL, Ellen Wife Married F 39 1852
Symington, Lanarkshire
MARSHALL, George Son Unmarried M 17 1874 Baker
Liberton, Lanarkshire
MARSHALL, Alex Son M 12 1879 Scholar
Galashiels
MARSHALL, Maggie Daughter F 10 1881 Scholar
Galashiels
MARSHALL, Christina Daughter F 6 1885 Scholar
Galashiels
MARSHALL, James Son M 4 1887 Scholar
Galashiels
MARSHALL, William Son M 2 1889
Galashiels

1901 census at Greenbank St, Galashiels

MARSHALL, Alexander Head Married M 49 1852 Railway Goods Porter
Blainslie, Roxburghshire
MARSHALL, Helen Wife Married F 50 1851
Symington, Lanarkshire
MARSHALL, Alexander Son Single M 21 1880 Railway Fireman
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
MARSHALL, Maggie Daughter Single F 19 1882 Gen Servant Domestic
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
MARSHALL, Christina Daughter Single F 16 1885 Woollen Yarn Reeler
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
MARSHALL, James Son Single M 14 1887 Railway Van Assistant
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
MARSHALL, William Son M 10 1891 Scholar
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
MARSHALL, Rachel Daughter F 7 1894 Scholar
Galashiels, Selkirkshire
RAMSAY, James Boarder Single M 24 1877 Railway Platelayer
St Boswells, Roxburghshire

Elisted in Scottish Horse

1916 Gallipoli

1918 Jan 2. Commissioned 2nd Lt

1920 Aug 6. Joined ADRIC with service no 125. Posted to B Coy

said to be Marshall, Bluch and Osmond,

1921 Feb 22 In the patrol that shot J Stapleton

1921 Apr 2. Promoted Section Leader

1921 Jun 16 to 27 Jun on Leave

1921 Aug 6 to 2 Sep on Leave

1922 Jan 23. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1942 Draft Card

 

 

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