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Current record for: Frederick William Marden
Deceased Folder  Deceased Folder
Name Frederick William Marden
Born in Islington - Middlesex
Resident of 49 Osman Road, South Tottenham, London
Died 16/09/1916
Age 20

Cause of Death Killed in action

Cemetery or memorial Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave or panel reference Pier and Face 6B

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World War 1
France and Flanders - Battle of the Somme

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • William Marden, Father
    49, Osman Road, South Tottenham
  • Elizabeth Marden, Mother
    49, Osman Road, South Tottenham
Military Information Military Information

Rank Private
Service Number 17368
Unit 6th Battalion
Regiment Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
Service Army
Enlisted in Finsbury Barracks - Middlesex
Memorial(s) Memorial(s) link(s)

St. Luke's Parochial School War Memorial