Regiment : 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards
Service number : 11517
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : Killed in action aged 29 on 25th October 1914
Buried : Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium, Panel 9 and 11.
Birthplace : Chipping Norton, Oxon, enlisted Risca
Relatives : Husband of Marian Marshall, of Great Rollwright, Chipping Norton, Oxon
Memorial : Worcester Guildhall
Also appears on : Worcester St John in Bedwardine Church. Hindlip St James WW1 and WW2 Police Roll of Honour.
Entered the theatre of war overseas on 13th August 1914.
Isaac Marshall was serving as a Sergeant in the 2nd Battalion, The Grenadier Guards when he was killed in action on the 25th October 1914 aged 29 during the 1st Battle of Ypres. He is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial for soldiers with no known grave. He joined the Grenadier Guards in 1904 and was made full Sergeant in 1911. He left to join the Worcester Police in 1912 but remained on the reserve, being recalled at the outbreak of war in August 1914. He was the son of Edwin and Emma Marshall of Coneygree Terrace, Chipping Norton. He married Marian Deakin in Paddington in 1912 and at the time of his death she was living in Great Rollright with their young son Geoffrey.
Isaac Marshall has no known grave, the photograph available shows his name on Ypres Menin Gate Memorial.