Lt George Leslie Moor

1896 Aug 19. Born Chorlton, Lancashire as George Leslie Moore (RIC gives 1896 in Lancs but George L Moor)

1901 census at 13, Albany Street, Bedford Eastern Ward St Cuthbert. The spelling is "Moore"

1911 census His mother is in London at 55 Farguhar Road S E. The spelling is "Moor" now. He is with his brother Gordon at a boarding school, Cliftonville College 17 Arthur Road Cliftonville Margate. Spelling "Moor"

1916 Jul 17. Landed in France

1915 Oct 29. Second Reserve. The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). The undermentioned to be temporary Second Lieutenants: — Leslie Moor

1917 Jul 1. R. Fus. Temp. 2nd Lt. L. Moor to be temp. Lt. would appear to be him

1920 Aug 27. Joined ADRIC with service no. 404. Posted to D Coy

1921 Mar 21 to 5 Apr on Leave

1921 Jul 13 to 10 Aug on Leave

1922 Jan 20. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1939 Living in Surbiton with Bridget M Moore at 16B Cadogan Road , Surbiton M.B., Surrey, He was a Commercial Traveller and later a Clerk at the Ministry of Labour at Kew

1976 Mar Died Southampton aged 80. as George Leslie Moore