THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

MARTIN, RICHARD

Richard Martin.
Age 18.
Born Abt. 1897.
Born Kent.
Regt. No. 1048* (As listed)
 
Short Service (All Arms)
Attestation of
Richard Marsh.
Dover, Kent.
Trade Cook.
Living in lodgings.
 
Enlisted 9th June 1915 at Dover.
 
Qualified 1st Class signaller.
 
Next of kin – Sister – Mrs Collier, 233, London Road, Dover.
 
Home – 9/6/15 to 31/5/16.
BEF France – 1/6/16 to 11/9/16.
 
Accidentally Killed – In Field – 11/9/16. C. Report.
 
L/10484* R. Martin – religion Wesleyan.
 
Ministry of Pensions etc etc.
 
The soldier mentioned on attached M.P.A. 36, was one of a number of men to whom a Court of Enquiry was held on ----
 
L/10484 – R. Martin – The Buffs deceased.
Brothers–
Albert Edward Martin – 34 years – 70, Vuoya? Street, Boulder City, West Australia.
Sisters.
Mary Ann Martin – 29years – 22, Lascelles Road, Maxton, Dover.
E (Ethel) Mary Martin – age 25 years – 22, Lascelles Road, Dover.

 


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