James Moles | Service Record


SurnameMoles
First Name(s)James
Place of BirthTottenham
Club(s)Birmingham
Tottenham Hotspur
ServiceBritish Army
RankLance Corporal (Appointment not rank)
Service NumberG/6624
Previous Service Number(s)1381
Regiment or CorpsDuke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment
Unit(s)3rd (Militia) Battalion*
11th (Service) Battalion
Previous Regiment(s) or Corps-
Unit(s)-
Type of Casualty (If applicable)Died of Wounds
Theatre of War (If applicable)Western European Theatre
Date of Death (If applicable)07/11/1915
Place of Death (If applicable)France and Flanders
Place of Burial/Commemoration (If applicable)Lillers Communal Cemetery
Grave/Memorial Reference (If applicable)IV. D. 38.
Awards and Decorations-
Citation(s)-
Supplementary Notes*Enlisted in militia 20/02/1900 but discharged 48 days later due to having given false age on attestation.
Died of wounds at No. 9 Casualty Clearing Station, Lillers.
Son of William and Bessie Moles; husband of Wilhelmina Mary Moles, of 59, Tyndall Rd., Leyton, London. Born at Tottenham, London.