Retired Dave Posted 11 February , 2018 Share Posted 11 February , 2018 Hello All, A soldier of this quite unusual name is listed at the IWM site "Lives of the first World War" with a service number (628009) and an attached Canadian Attestation form. Date of Death "not yet known". Birth shown as 1894. A Second Lietenant with the exactly the same name is listed KIA 9th October 1918 and buried in Forenville Military Cemetery near Cambrai. He was 24 and a holder of the Military Cross. He is listed as Royal Engineers 76th Field Company with parents shown as the late Mr A R Moubray, R,N,R and Mrs L A Moubray of Vernon Cottage, Sturry, Kent. Can any of you experts reconcile the two. I am keen to reach any family of the man buried in Forenville for the centenary event that will take place most likely on Sunday 7th October 2018 at the cemedterty and the local village. Thanks Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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