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 Lloyd Hastings Marshall   Force: Army Regiment: Canadian Infantry Battalion: 112th Battalion/Royal Canadian Regiment Regimental Number: 734265 Rank: Private Date of Birth: October 21, 1892 Place of Birth: Bear River, Nova Scotia Date of Enlistment: March 13, 1916   Place of Enlistment: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia  Address at Enlistment: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Age at Enlistment: 23 Height: 5 Feet 6 Inches Prior Military Experience: 29th Battery, CFA Trade: Waiter Marital Status: Single Religion: Baptist Next of Kin: (Father) William Henry Marshall, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia   Lloyd H. Marshall was the son of William H. and Lillian Marshall, of Yarmouth South, Nova Scotia.  He had joined the Stewards’ Department of the steamer SS Prince George and resigned that position to join the 112th Battalion.  He was transferred to the Royal Canadian Regiment in England. He was killed in action at Cambrai.  News of his death was not received by the family until after the war ended. Date of Death: September 28, 1918 (Cambrai) Age at Death: 25 Buried at: Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France; Plot: I. A. II. Raillencourt is a village in the Department of the Nord, about 5 kilometres west of Cambrai on the main road to Arras. The village was captured by the Canadian Corps on 28 September 1918, in the Battle of the Canal du Nord. The extension to the communal cemetery was made by the Canadian Corps after the capture of the village.   The cemetery now contains 199 First World War burials, eight of them unidentified.     Commemorated on Page 467 of the First World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on October 4 Listed on the Nominal Roll of the 112th Battalion. Commemorated on the Yarmouth Monument Sources: Library and Archives Canada (Attestation Paper) Commonwealth War Grave Commission Commonwealth War Grave Commission (Cemetery Information) Canadian Great War Project Veterans Affairs Canada Additional Information: “A Monument Speaks” A Thurston; 1989 (p 236A) 
   Lloyd Hastings Marshall 
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