No.201890, Private, Charles MOORE
4th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment
Born in Hoo (1st qtr 1888 Plomesgate 4a:878) son of Henry and Anna MOORE (née BANYARD)
1891 census...Aged 3, he was at Ivy Cottages, Hoo with his father Henry MOORE  farm labourer born Monewden; his mother Anna  born Marlesford and brother Frederick  born Charsfield
His mother died in 1897, his father then married Sarah CAPON (née MEADOWS)
1901 census...Aged 16, a blacksmith's apprentice, he was at Park Farm Cottage, Campsea Ash with his father (now farm bailiff) and stepmother Sarah  born Marlesford; step brothers Frederick  born Clavering and Roderick CAPON  born Hacheston; brothers Frederick  born Charsfield and Bertie  born Hoo.; sister Nellie  born Hoo.
1911 census...not identified in this census. At Watson's Farm, Bowbeck, Bardwell were his father, stepmother, brother Bertie MOORE and stepbrother Roderick CAPON.
His mother was at 56 Tollgate Lane,Bury St.Edmunds on the pension card. His step brother Jack Capon died of his wounds in France in 1915 see here
He enlisted in Bury St Edmunds. With no service record found, and dying of wounds it is impossible to say where and when he was wounded.
The battalion had been fighting at Guemappe on the 23rd and incurred heavy casualties.
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