Remembered with Honour: The Great War Fallen of Hampstead St John Burial Ground Download ebook

Hugh Cecil Marnham

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Pilot - 2nd Lieut, Royal Flying Corps (10th Sqdn/ Sussex Yeomanry) | Died: 1916.08.22 | Age at death: 20 | Action: Pas de Calais | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue, Pas de Calais (IV.B.6) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/13/123471] |

Son of Herbert and Madeline Marnham, of Frognal Rise, Lower Terrace, Hampstead (until after 1921); father was a stockbroker and Baptist. Born Jan 1896 in Hampstead; educated at Heath Mount School, Hampstead, and Mill Hill School (where he was a boarder in 1911). Commissioned Lieutenant in Sussex Yeomanry May 1915 and transferred to Royal Flying Corps 3rd reserve sqdn. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row. (His older brother Arthur survived the war and died in 1976.)

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