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Percy was born in 1891 to Head Teacher William Marshall and Margaret Hall Cox of 14 Malvern Street, Elswick, Newcastle upon Tyne. He was the second youngest of 6 siblings; Frederick William, Florence Evelyn, Eleanor Margaret, Sarah Gertrude, and William Marshall.
Percy served with the Northumberland Fusiliers, 4th Battalion. He died of his wounds on 23rd May 1917 aged 26.
20 Warrington Road, Newcastle upon Tyne (place of residence 1901 Census)
14 Malvern Street, Newcastle upon Tyne (place of residence 1911 Census)
Percy is buried in the Sunken Road Cemetery Boisleux-St. Marc in Pad De Calais, France.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Newcastle University Archives (Roll of Service, Armstrong College Calendars, The Northerner Student Magazine)
UK Census registers, National Archives (available via Ancestry.co.uk)
UK Military Service Records, National Archives (available via Ancestry.co.uk)
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