Digitized Service Record
Source: May 1917 casualty.
PTE. J.E. MOORE KILLED
Official notification has been received by Mrs. Moore, 135 Mavety street, that her husband, Pte. J.E. Moore, was killed in action May 23, after serving eight months in the trenches. Pte. Moore was 29 years of age, and came to Canada from Faversham, Kent, England, 10 years ago.
Toronto Star. June 4, 1917.
Source: Toronto Telegram. June 1917. Per news clipping post by David Archer at 18th Battalion Facebook Page (not group).
High Park Methodist Church – 1914 – 1918 Memorial Plaque for High Park Methodist Church, 260 High Park Ave., Toronto, Ontario. The Memorial Plaque was unveiled in 1924 by Nursing Sister Pat Tuckett, and a Memorial Organ was presented by the Women’s Association. Those who died (38 names) are listed on the centre panel with the names of those who served on the side panels. The first services at this location were held in October 1908. The church became High Park Avenue United Church in 1925, and High Park-Alhambra in 1970. Via Marika Pirie. Source: CVWM
Grave Marker – Grave Marker – The grave marker at the Nine Elms Cemetery located outside Roclincourt, France. It is located about 5 kilometres from Canada’s Vimy Memorial. May he rest in peace. (John & Anne Stephens 2013). Source: CVWM
Cemetery – Nine Elms Cemetery – The Nine Elms Cemetery, located at Roclincourt, France. It is about 5 kilometres from Canada’s Vimy Memorial in France. (John & Anne Stephens 2013). Source: CVWM