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Private F Martin


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Private Frank MARTIN, G/10558, 10th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  killed in action, Flanders France, death assumed on or after 23rd March 1918,  age 32.

Born Hammersmith, London, son of Reuben Martin and of Caroline Martin (step-mother), of 6 Munden Street, Fulham, SW / Colman Cottages, Temple Guiting, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Enlisted Fulham, SW, age 30 years & 20 days, height 5ft 3 inches, weight 132lbs, mole left buttock, mole top of right thigh, boils scar right hip.  Resided 6 Munden Street, Fulham, SW. Formerly labourer.

Home, 1st November 1915 to 2nd May 1916; BEF, 3rd May 1916 to 23rd March 1918.

1st November 1915, & posted 10th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment; 3rd May 1916, posted BEF.

23rd December 1918, date when Separation Allowance of 8/3 a week payable to mother will cease.

11th November 1920, completed by Caroline Martin - Widow, none; Children, none; Father, Reuben Martin, Colman Cottages, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire; Step Mother, C Martin, Colman Cottages, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire; Brothers - G E Martin, age 21, No.10237759?, 136th Battery, RFA, Felheard, Tipperray, Ireland; James Martin, age 32, 287 Birstall Street, Leicester; Half Blood Brother - Reuben Martin, age 8, Colman Cottages, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire; Sisters - Ellen Luisa Martin, age 17, 25 Munden Street, Hammersmith Road, W; Mrs Randall, age 29, 25 Munden Street, Hammersmith Road, W; Grandparents, none; Nephews / Nieces - Voila Randell, age 12, 25 Munden Street, Hammersmith Road, W; Ellen Randell, age 10, 25 Munden Street, Hammersmith Road, W; Luisa Randell, age 7, 25 Munden Street, Hammersmith Road, W; Uncles / Aunts - Mrs Bishop, age 71, Cambden High Street; Mrs Seabrook?, age 64, Jutland Road, Catford, London; Mrs Dennison, age 64, Chubworthy Street, New Cross, London, SE.

Commemorated at Arras Memorial, Bay 7., France.


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