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Rupert Hirst Marriott

Born: 26th April 1889, 12.10 a.m.

Place of Birth: Upper Batley Lane, Batley

Father: Herbert Marriott

Mother: Emma Hirst

Siblings: Gilbert Newsome Hirst, Irene Helen, Alice Hildred, Marjorie Hilda, Elsie Jane

Married: 1. Emma Jane Marsey, 27th September 1911, at the Salem Congragational Church, Oak Lane, Manningham, Bradford

2. Lilian May Hodgson, 22nd December 1914, St Nicholas Parish Church, Hetton Le Hole

Children: 1. Emma Jane, born 5th April 1913, Bradford

2. Laurie, born 20th May 1920, Scarborough

Nora, born 12th August 1922, Scarborough

Fred, born 1st March 1935, Scarborough

Died: 6th October 1966, Haxby, York. Cremated 9th June at York Crematorium.


6th February 1905 until 28th February 1908 Served in the 6th Battalion Alexandra Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment) Volunteer Corps.

1906 - Picture

1st March 1908 until 28th February 1911 Served as No. 1623 Private Rupurt Hirst Marriott in the Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry. Described as "a good horseman and shot."

5th March 1911 until 6th December 1913 Police Constable,Bradford City Police Force. Describes as 5 ft. 10 and a half inches, brown eyes, dark brown hair, fresh complexion.

11th December 1913 until about October 1914 - Police Constable,Scarborough Borough Police Force

26th April 1913 Emma Jane (wife) died, Bradford

17th October 1914 Enlisted in the Royal Horse Guards (Blue)

6th June 1915 Wounded at Ypres

June 1916 Became engaged to Lilian May Hodgson

December 1917 Pictures of Herbert and Lilian

7th February 1919 Discharged from hospital

6th March 1919 Demobilized.

c1919 until 10th December 1943 (when he retired) Scarborough Borough Police Force


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