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Frank Moore

Ancestor Details

Ancestor's Name: Frank Moore

Ancestor's date of birth: 28/10/1881

Ancestor's date of death: 27/10/1951

Cause of Death: Lung Cancer

Service Number: Detail not provided

Colony or State of enlistment: Not applicable, Place of Enlistment: London England

Unit: Detail not provided

Rank attained in Boer War: Detail not provided, Date Effective: Detail not provided

Highest Rank attained (if served after war): Detail not provided, Date Effective: Detail not provided

Murray Page: Not applicable

Contingent: Not applicble

Ship: Detail not provided, Date of Sailing: Detail not provided

Memorial details: Cremated and his ashes scattered to the four winds which was his request.

Decorations: Detail not provided

Personal Characteristics: He was a good father to us, sought justice, good sense of humor.

Reasons to go and fight: To fight for his country

Details of service in war: Detail not provided

Service and life after the Boer War: 'My father never talked about the Boer War to us, the only thing we did have was his sword in a leather case, which my mother had to sell during the Great Depression, it would be interesting to know where it is today. It was sold in Frnakston Victoria where we lived before moving to Queensland for work'.

Descendant Details

Name of Descendant: Patricia Moore, Palm Beach QLD

Relationship to Ancestor: Daughter


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