Marshall, Frederick

Birthplace

New Mills, England

Occupation

Defender

Biographical Text

Fred was born in 1888.

He was signed by the Grecians from Lancashire Combination league side, Hyde United in the summer of 1913.

He was a versatile player, appearing at right-back, left-wing and wing-half. His Exeter City debut came in a goalless draw at Crystal Palace in September 1913.
He was part of the famous tour of South America and played against Brazil.

He stayed for two seasons until being called up to serve his country in the First World War. He was unable to play again afterwards, due wounds he received.

Fred died in 1938.

Appearances

55

Goals

4

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Allan Jones :

I am working on a book commemorating 100 years at their ground for New Mills Fc and would like permission to use the picture of Fred Marshall 

I have him in team picture when he returned to the Millers after WW1 

I would of course give an acknowledgment 

thank you 

Allan

Paul Farley:

Allan Of course, e-mail us or you can find the Exeter City Football Club museum on Facebook and Twitter 

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