Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 2/4th Battalion)

Research and Resources around the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry during WWI

Captain C. S. W. Marcon

From G. K. Rose, The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.

“We change into gumboots in an old cellar and our journey commences. See the Colonel, Cuthbert, Marcon, Brown, Stockton, Robinson and myself lead off down a communication trench behind a guide, pledged to take us to the Berks Headquarters.”

Is this the same C. S. W. Marcon writing Boy’s Own Paper articles on hockey?

MARCON, C. S. W. (chron.)

* * Common Faults in School Hockey, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Mar 1938
* * Helpful Hints on Hockey, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Mar 1927
* * Hockey and the Schools, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Nov 1929
* * Hockey for All, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Feb 1937
* * Hockey For Boys, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Feb 1923
* * The Hockey Game, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Mar 1922
* * Moves that tell in Hockey, (ar) Boy’s Own Paper Mar 1940

The Cranleighan, March 1960
It was with regret that we learnt of the death of the Reverend C. S. W. Marcon, M.A., R.D., who was Master and Hockey Coach at Cranleigh from 1921-1936, and a Vice-President of the Club since 1929. He gained twenty-one caps for England, playing at inside-left. With S. H. Shoveller and S. H. Saville he made up the finest trio of inside forwards England has ever had. He played a big part in developing hockey at Cranleigh.

The team photo on the first occasion the OCHC officially played Cranleigh School at the end of their first season in 1928-29.

Back: RH Attwell, CJ Hartley (OC), AJ Goodall, JC Cope, GH Collingwood, AHD Stedman (OC)

Middle: SG Swayne (OC), KWD Hartley (OC), RL Hazell (OC), E Warren (OC), A Bryning, HG Aspinall, ML Warren (OC), JW Lee.

Front: K Birdseye (OC), JE Francis, ES Abbott (OC), CSW Marcon (coach), G Lilburne-Black, SH Fear (OC), JW Hacking, ROF Tilleke (OC)

The OCHC won 4-3 with Eric Abbott scoring a hat-trick.

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