WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter M. 

Cecil Weaver Martin

Name of Rgt or Ship:Royal Army Medical Corps
How Died:Died of Disease
Country of burial:South AfricaGrave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:North Road, Kroonstad, Orange Free State
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born under the name of Cecil WEAM Martin during the June quarter 1879 in
the Altrincham R.D. - ref: 8a/199, the son of Frederick & Eelizabeth Anne
Martin (nee MacLeod).

1881 Census - Lima Terrace, Ashton Upon Mersey.    Son - aged: 1 - born:
Ashton on Mersey.    Head of household - Frederick Martin - Married - aged:
35 - occ: Accountant - born: Salford.   Also - Elizabeth A. Martin - Wife -
aged: 33 - born: Walkden.    Plus 3 elder siblings.

1891 Census - St Anns Terrace, Southern Road, Ashton Upon Mersey.   Son -
aged: 11 - Scholar - born: Ashton on Mersey.     Head of household -
Frederick Martin - Married - aged: 45 - occ: Borough Accountant Salford
Corporation - born: Salford.    Also Elizabeth Martin - Wife - aged: 43 -
born: Worsley.    Plus 7 siblings.

At the time of the 1901 Census, the family, minus Cecil, are now residing
at 209, Lloyd Street, Moss Side, Manchester.

By 1911, the family have moved to Ashton Grove Ashton-Upon-Mersey and
Frederick is now the Chief Cashier for Salford Corporation.  Only 4
siblings remain with the family.

Cecil died of disease in the No.3 General Hospital, Kroonstad, Orange Free
State, South Africa.

Entitled to the QSA Medal with Cape Colony clasp.

Memorials found on:
Royal Army Medical Corps HQ
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