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William Herbert Marshall
William Herbert Marshall died by suicide in October 1920. His son, also named William Herbert Marshall, died of tuberculosis aged 7 yrs. His uncle Walter Marshall was present when Billy died at 39, James Street, Worksop in February 1921.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Marshall, Barnby Moor, Appleby, Navenby, Dersingham (Norfolk)
Looking for anyone who knows the Marshall family of Barnby Moor near Retford. Particularly William Herbert Marshall (born 1893) who married Frances Shadbolt of Warsop. They had a son William Herbert Marshall in 1914 but sadly his young wife of 19 died of tuberculosis in 1915 and is buried in Warsop. William Herbert senior was a gardener as was his older brother and his father William Marshall before him (born Bothamsall). His father died when William Herbert was about 8yrs old and had been a patient in the London chest hospital. William Herbert Marshall became a soldier and was a resident of Appleby, north Lincolnshire when he married my great aunt Florence May Hill in Navenby. Tragedy struck again when his young son died and William committed suicide by drowning at Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Shirley and shiela frear in barnby moor
Hi I am Shirley's daughter born in 1958 my mum was a twin born in 1936 shirley frear.does anyone remember mum?or her brother Roy frear or sister Dorothy frear?
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020


 
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