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PostSubject: LIEUT-GENERAL SIR FREDERICK MARSHALL, K.C.M.G.   Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:41 pm

Born at Godalming, July 26, 1830, died at 9, Eaton Place, London, June 8, 1900, aged 69. Scores and Biographies (Vol. 5, p. 156), says of him:- Height 6ft. 3in., and weight 13 stone 4lb. Is a powerful hitter forward and to leg, and in the field is generally cover-point or long leg. Has not, however, participated in many quite first-rate contests, his performances being principally with I. Zingari and in regimental matches. In 1859 he became President of the United All England Eleven, which office, however he resigned at the end of the season of 1863, and was succeeded in May, 1864, by Mr. George Mason, of Bradford. In May, 1867, he became President of the Surrey County Cricket Club in room of his uncle, Mr. Henry Marshall, who had not in the eleven while there, and at Sandhurst. His brothers, Messrs. Alexander and Harry Marshall also excelled in the game. Was Lieut-Colonel in the Second Life Guards, but in March, 1873, he retired on half-pay, and was appointed aide-de-camp to the Duke of Cambridge.Scores and Biographies (Vol. 13, p. 22), adds:- In February, 1879, he assumed the command of the cavalry at the Cape of Good Hope in the Zulu War.Scores and Biographies (Vol. 14, p. 36), says:- On December 2, 1889, he was presented with a portrait of himself by the members of the Chiddingfold Hunt, of which he was (1889) master. In 1890 he was appointed Colonel appeared in Baily"s Magazine, of January, 1891. In 1854, Surrey played Nottinghamshire on Mr. Marshall"s ground at Godalming,
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PostSubject: Re: LIEUT-GENERAL SIR FREDERICK MARSHALL, K.C.M.G.   Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:13 pm

Please See Pictorial catalogue of AZW graves for the above
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PostSubject: Re: LIEUT-GENERAL SIR FREDERICK MARSHALL, K.C.M.G.   Sun Jan 23, 2011 12:33 am

Very Good site for researchers. Some nice photo's. Also gives burial location of Marshall's Horse "Tom" that carried him through the Zulu War.

http://www.wildwood.org.nz/david/p1.htm
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PostSubject: Re: LIEUT-GENERAL SIR FREDERICK MARSHALL, K.C.M.G.   Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:30 pm

Hi LittleHand

Also listed on that site you have posted is:

Captain George Marshall, Natal Light Horse, who also took part in the Zulu War.
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