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    Posted: 13 Nov 2013 at 10:26
Howman Marshall Private 2613 Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester Yeomanry)
*Born: Whitlingham, Norfolk Resided: Strensham, Worcs. Enlisted: Worcester
*Age: 28 Date of Death: 21/08/1915 Causeof Death: Killed in action.
*Family notes: Son of Mark and Celia Howman of, Corner Cottage, Strensham, Worcestershire.
Trade/profession: Assistant Herdsman On Farm (1911 English census).
Other notes: Private Howman's Medal Index Card shows him as entering the Egyptian Theatre of Operations on 24/4/1915. His regiment land at "A" Beach, Suvla Bay on 18/8/1915.
Memorial Reference: Panel 19. Helles Memorial.
Other memorials: Marshall is also commemorated on the following memorials the wall mounted Honours Board in St. George's Chapel in Worcester Cathedral and also in the Roll of Honour in the Cathedral; the Honours Board in St John's Church, Strensham. His name was recently added to the War Memorial in Strensham. His family paid for a memorial which is located in the Churchyard of St Andrew's, Trowse-by-Norwich.

Private Howman's CWGC page may be viewed here; http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/692085/HOWMAN,%20MARSHALL

Note: The information in his Roll of Honour entry above which is noted by an asterisk* and italicised is extra to that shown by the CWGC and Soldiers Died.
 
The following link leads to a memorial webpage written by his great niece, which gives a more personal profile of this young man and the effect his death had on his family.
 


Edited by Mal Murray - 15 Nov 2013 at 09:23
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