Gunner Daniel Thomas Martin

Rank or Title

Date of Birth


Date of Death

30 Sep 1918

Service Number


Place of Birth

Chalfont St Giles
United Kingdom

World War I Address

22 St Ann's Road
United Kingdom

Place of Death

No 12 General Hospital

Grave Location

St Sever Cemetery Extension

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


Beds & Herts Saturday Telegraph , 12th October 1918
Gunner Daniel Thomas Martin

Gunner Daniel Thomas Martin, 277580, 119th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, died in the 12th General Hospital at Rouen in France on September 30th, 1918. He had been severely wounded in the chest and right arm at the beginning of August.

The son of a Crimean War veteran, he had served 21 years in the R.G.A., rejoining his regiment at the age of nearly 45 on the outbreak of war. He was drafted to France, where he served for three years and ten months.

Born in Chalfont St Giles, Bucks, in 1869, he married Annie Palmer in Luton in 1894, and by 1911 was living at 53 John Street, Luton. At the time of Daniel's death, Annie was living at 22 St Ann's Road, Luton.

Gunner Daniel Thomas Martin

Author: Deejaya

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