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James Neville Marshall

Lieutenant Colonel

Service No. Unknown

Age 31

Died on 4 November 1918

Irish Guards

ORS COMMUNAL CEMETERY

Nord, France

Officier Order of Leopold, Chevalier Order of Leopold, Croix de Guerre (Belgium). Husband of Edith Marshall, of Lascelles Lodge, Matching Green, Harlow, Essex.

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Victoria Chessun-Lawrence

Thank you so much for all you have done for us. You are a true hero and have helped so many people, thank you. Rest in Peace.

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david reid

At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

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poppy puss

His legacy is our freedom. Rest in peace, duty done.

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Harlow HWMI

A fallen man from Harlow whose name will live forever and will not be forgotten

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Legion Supporter

Stretford your birthplace will remember you with a blue plaque on 4th November

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Barry Carpenter

Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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James O valiant heart, to whom your glory came. Your memory hallowed in the land you loved. Harry

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Known as Neville, his widow was presented with his Victoria Cross by King George V in the ballroom of Buckingham Palace in April 1919. It w...

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To a soldier of the great war. I do not know you but I would have liked to have known you. You were a brother in arms with my paternal grand...

Barry Carpenter

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James, I do not know the precise circumstances of your death, but, as a former soldier in the 1st and the 7th Royal Warwickshire Regiment a...

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