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Frank Marshall Herring



Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by): Frank Marshall Herring

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Gender: Male

Date and Place of Birth: Ormskirk, Lancashire 1891 Q3

Date and Place of Death: 1955 Kelvingrove age 63

Nationality: British

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Parents: William Dean and Ellen Edith Herring

Parent’s occupations: Excise Officer Inland Revenue (father)

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Occupation: Analyst and Chemist

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Job title at Gretna: Chemist at Dornock

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Travels: Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro 

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Enlisted on 21st October 1914 in the (3rd Glasgow Pals Batt) 17th Service Battalion Highland Light Infantry. Transferred to Royal Engineers as Chemist, promoted as Corporal 1st September 1915. Transferred to Army Reserve W for Min. of Munitions Explosive Dept 13th September 1916.

Worked as a Chemist at Dornock. Discharged 14th December 1918. Gave his father’s address at Alderley, Stepps for the Dornock Souvenir.


1924 c/o P Hendersons, Glasgow to Buenos Aires

1933 living at Alderley, Stepps, Glasgow to Buenos Aires 

1936 46 Brisbane Street Glasgow to Buenos Aires

1949 11 Welbeck Street, Greenock to Buenos Aires

1952 11 Welbeck Street to Rio de Janeiro 

Appeared in the Dornock Farewell (held in The Devil’s Porridge Museum’s archive collection):

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