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    Default PARMENTER, Marshall b1893 Shrops - WW1

    Mis-filed (as MARSHALL) in the WW1 Service Records (WO 363):

    Marshall PARMENTER, a Coal Miner, attested 11 December 1915, declared age 21y 334d.
    Called up April 1918 - served as Pte 35127 Shropshire Light Infantry.
    Discharged 1919.

    Father: William
    Home: Highley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

    Anc****y, MAR, pages 51827-51841

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    He's in the 1839, same residence, as a power house attendant with wife Winifred. Oddly, Anc normally generates all sorts of entries that might be him, but not this time for him.

    FMP seems to be having a nervous breakdown...

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    I take that back, he's in the 1901 and 1911 for Bewdley, Worcs, forename spelled Marshal in both, surname Parminter in 1911. Father has an unusual occupation as a carpet dyehouse lab. He's widowed by 1901. 3 boys, 2 girls.
    Mother is in the 1891 when they have 4 girls and 1 boy.

    In the 1861, it's Parmenton...

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