LT Douglas Cargill Marshall

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Reference WMO266757

Address:

The Royal Memorial Chapel

Chapel Square

Royal Military Acadamy Sandhurst

Camberley

GU15 4NR

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Seating
Materials:
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial to Lieutenant Douglas Cargill Marshall, "C" Company, 1st Battalion the Lancashire Fusiliers. Younger son of Col William Simpson Marshall (late 37th Dogras, Indian Army and commanding the 2nd Battalion Jersey Militia) and Mary Augusta Marshall of Langford, Jersey and later Villa Regina, Vue Pietra Kritta, Menton, France. Brother of Captain William Macandrew Marshall who was killed in Mesopotamia and is also commemorated in the Royal Memorial Chapel, Sandhurst. Grandson of the late Major General W B Marshall, Late Royal Bengal Artillery. Born in Nowshera, Bengal, India where he was baptised on 24 Sep 1893. Educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey; Wychwood School, Bournemouth and Victoria College, Jersey. Gentleman Cadet at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Commissioned into the Lancashire Fusiliers Sep 1912. Promoted to Lieutenant Dec 1914. When the war broke out he was on sick leave but rejoined his battalion in Gallipoli in May 1915. Killed in action during the battle of Gully Ravine near Krithia, Gallipoli aged 22 years. He is also commemorated on Panels 59 to 73 or 218 to 219 of the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli, Çanakkale, Turkey; on a memorial at Victoria College, St Helier, Jersey and on a WWI memorial plaque in the parish hall of St Saviour's Church, Jersey.
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D C Marshall, Lieut 1st Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed on the Gallipoli peninsula 28th June 1915.

Douglas Cargill Marshall

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