The War to End all Wars 100 years on. Reflections

Guardsman James Moss

My great grandfather James Moss died on active service in France he is buried at Heilly Station Cemetery Mericourt-L’Abbe Somme which is approximately 19 kilometres North East o Amiens and !0 kilometres SW of Albert. and just a couple of miles from Mericourt on the Corbie Road. John Moss was taken ill at the front and died at 36/38th Casualty clearing station of a ruptured appendicitis on 27th September 1916 he has a marked grave next to a fellow Grenadier Guardsman. the Cemetery was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. 

J MOSS

J MOSS

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2 thoughts on “The War to End all Wars 100 years on. Reflections

  1. I think this May also be a relative of mine, was he married to Edith Denyer?
    I thought his name was James though and have found references to him both on the war memorial in Cranleigh and in Heage Derbyshire where he was born

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