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Marlow, Ezra
1894 -


  • Enlisted:
  • at Kettering on 26 Oct 1915. Aged 22y
  • Description:
  • height 5ft 5in; chest 33½in; marks Mole L Collar Bone, Scar L Shin.
  • Occupation:
  • Clicker
  • Address:
  • Cooperative Estate, Desborough
  • Next of kin:
  • (father) Walter Marlow, Cooperative Estate, Desborough

Service history

30 Oct 1915Appointed to Royal Army Medical Corps (72546)
27 Aug 1916Embarked Southampton for Rouen. Part of "CCC" Reinforcements to Base Depot, France
05 Sep 1916Posted to No 142 Field Ambulance
04 Oct 1916Illness: Admitted to HCCS. PUO [pyrexia unknown origin]
24 Oct 1916Discharged from hospital
03 May 1917Wounded in Action. Remained @ Duty
04 Jul 1917Illness: Admitted to 45 CCS. PUO
4 Jul 1917Discharged from hospital
26 Sep 1917Wounded in Action. Admitted 64 CCS. GSW Rt Arm
06 Oct 1917From Camiers to England per H.S.'Pieter de Coninck'
06 Mar 1919Demobbed.
07 Mar 191920% disablement from GSW Rt Hand. Weekly pension of 5/6 to be reviewed in 54 wks

British War Medal
Victory Medal


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