James Marshall

James Marshall
Rank: ship’s cook
Date of Death: 11/03/1915
Theatre of Death: MMR HMS ‘Bayano’
Regiment/Service: Mercantile Marine Reserve (HMS Bayano)
Memorial: Plymouth Naval Memorial

Rutherglen Lore information: Husband of Mrs. Marshall, 4 Farie Street, Rutherglen.
1901 census information:
Address: 8 Crosshill Street, Rutherglen.
Self: James (27) labourer, Glasgow corporation, born about 1874 in Rutherglen.
Wife: Annie (25) born about 1876 in Auchenheath.
Daughter: Annie (4 months) born about 1900 in Rutherglen.
1911 Census information:
The family are living in Rutherglen. The family comprises James 37, Annie 35, Peggie 7 and James 72.

Evening Times 19/3/15

Newspaper transcript – James Marshall (42), married who resided at 4 Fairie Street, Rutherglen, was at one time a bookbinder at Messrs Collins. Sons, and Company, Glasgow, but afterwards became a cook. He was for four weeks on the patrol ship Royal Scot in the North Sea, and afterwards joined the Bayano on Wednesday of last week. His wife has received no news of him. He was a native of Rutherglen and was educated in Fairie Street School under Mr John F. Scott, now retired. Mrs Marshall is anxious to know if anyone can give her information regarding her husband.

Also commemorated on the memorial at St Johns Operative Lodge No 347, Rutherglen.