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Stanley Fred Alwyn Martin


Martin, Stanley Fred Alwyn, enlisted at Ottawa, Ontario, originally from Congresbury, Bristol, England. Occupation: Mining Engineer. Military Service: Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Major, Reg. No. 203, PPCLI. Attestation Papers. Diary Reference: “Casualties – [F.] Crofts, Percy Armstrong, [A. A.] Dove, [George] Briggs, Lt. [A. E.] Goodeve, Major [S. F. A.] Martin, [Wm.] MacLurg, killed (man I know), [R.] Holmes, [R. M.] Gordon, [F. T.] Mabson, Lts. [M.] Newbrook [Tenbroeke], [Rider L.] Haggard and [R. W. Hodder-] Williams wounded. Total of casualties in 36 hours about 380,” 3:17 Sep ’16. According to Hodder-Williams, 85, Major Martin was wounded 25 January 1915 and killed near Courcelette on 15 September 1916.

Date of Death: 15 September 1916. See casualty details, Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Memorialised at the Vimy Memorial, Vimy, France.


Vimy Memorial, Vimy, Pas de Calais, France.



Vimy Memorial