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Thomas Ivor Moore

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Thomas Ivor Moore (1858-1917)

Born the son of Lawrence Bartholomew Moore, a Contractor.

1911 Living at The Woodlands, Constitution Hill, Woking: Thomas Ivor Moore (age 52 born Newport, Mon.), Civil Engineer (Assistant Director of Barrack Construction). With his wife Florence Gertrude.[1]

1917 Died in a German air raid on London. Assistant Director of Barrack Construction and the War Office.[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Heywood Advertiser - Friday 22 June 1917