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  • Courtesy of Pauline Armstrong from Nottinghamshire Law Society.
Person Details
14 Aug 1891
Brighouse Yorkshire
He was the son of the Reverend (Methodist) John and Mary Jane Moore and the brother of Irene Moore. In 1911 they were living at 30 Coppice Road Nottingham. Moore's parents later moved to 2G Dean Street South Shore Blackpool.
He was educated at Nottingham Boys' High School, Burnley Grammar School and Ashville College Harrogate. He was a solicitor.
01 Oct 1917
26
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Second Lieutenant
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1/7th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
He enlisted in the University and Public Schools Bn The Royal Fusiliers in November 1914 as Private 3954 and was commissioned Second Lieutenant with 3/7th Bn Sherwood Foresters 5/8/1916. He was attached to 9th Bn Leicestershire Regiment and died of wounds received near Polygon Wood (3rd Battle of Ypres). He was originally buried in Polygon Wood but has no known grave and is commemorated at Tyne Cot.
Article published 8th October 1917 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- LIEUT. H. S. MOORE. “The Rev. John Moore, Home Mission secretary of the United Methodist Church, recently of Coppice-road, Nottingham, has received information of the death in action of his only son, Second Lieut. Hugh Stirling Moore, Leicestershire Regiment. Lieut. Moore was educated at the Nottingham High School and Ashville College, Harrogate, and afterwards entered the legal profession, becoming a solicitor with Messrs. Hind and Godfrey, Long-row, Nottingham. He was 23 or 24 years of age, and joined the Public Schools Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers in December 1914. He was afterwards sent to train with a cadet corps at Oxford, and received a commission in the Leicestershire Regiment. An officer writes: “We were repulsing a very heavy attack. He died almost as soon as he was hit, at which time he was leading his men forward in a most gallant manner. There was no one in the battalion for whom we had a higher regard, and I cannot express how greatly we feel the loss.” Article courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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  • Courtesy of Pauline Armstrong from Nottinghamshire Law Society.
    Photo David Nunn - Courtesy of Pauline Armstrong from Nottinghamshire Law Society.
  • From Nottinghamshire Law Society's Roll of Honour.
    - From Nottinghamshire Law Society's Roll of Honour.