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  • The grave of the Moran family, at Mansfield Cemetery. 
Courtesy of Peter Gillings
Person Details
Mansfield
Son of the late Charles and Catherine Moran. Next of kin was his aunt, Jessie Ann Moran, who lived at 106 Churchill Ave, Foleshill, Coventry. In 1911 he lived with Thomas and Ada Guilor of Yew Tree Farm, Woodhouse Road, Mansfield.
Compositor
11 Apr 1917
29
504159 - CWGC Website
S/43605
Corporal
2nd Bn Gordon Highlanders
Enlisted 08/09/1914 in Glasgow, initially with the Argyll and Sutherland Regt. In France from 9/7/1915. In hospital at Alnwick 19/3/1916 to 22/4/1916 with shrapnel wounds to chest. Received fatal wounds to left thigh in 1917. Telegram sent 9/4/1917 from St John's Hospital, Etaples, seriously ill, regret permission to visit him can not be granted. A 2nd telegram was sent announcing his death 2 days later.
Headstone Inscription: May He Rest in Peace". This man is commemorated in a book of remembrance held by Mansfield District Council.
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  • The grave of the Moran family, at Mansfield Cemetery. 
Courtesy of Peter Gillings
    Charles Frederick Moran - The grave of the Moran family, at Mansfield Cemetery. Courtesy of Peter Gillings
  • A closer view of the Moran family grave, at Mansfield Cemetery. Courtesy of Peter Gillings
    Charles Frederick Moran - A closer view of the Moran family grave, at Mansfield Cemetery. Courtesy of Peter Gillings