Moore, Herbert (1890-1917)

Primitive Methodist Magazine 1917


Our Northwold Church and the Brandon and Methwold Station have suffered a great loss by the death of Pte. H. Moore. He had the advantage of a godly training. He was early brought to Christ, and became a member when he was ten years old. At sixteen he received a “note” to speak in our pulpits, and became an acceptable preacher. He took a deep interest in the younger people, and was a frequent visitor at Sunday school and C.E. Conventions in the district. He was musical, and helped in the musical parts of the services. He joined His Majesty’s Forces, and spent a long time in France. He was wounded, but recovered and returned to the trenches. Unfortunately on July 28th he was struck by a shell and killed instantly. His loss to our Church is inexpressible. He ended a splendid career when he was scarcely twenty-six years old. He leaves an excellent father, mother and sister to mourn his tragic departure.

C. Shreeve



Herbert was a farm labourer before the war.

Herbert was Private 24055 in the Norfolk Regiment, 1st Battalion. WW1 casualty records identify he was killed in action on 28 June 1917.


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  • If there is a living relative to this man I believe I have something that was once his because it’s engraved Herbert A Moore and is of masionic relevance. If someone knows anything about him I would love to know and find out more about him. Thank you email me at 

    By Michael Gibson (12/11/2017)
  • I have a freemason sword that has Herbert A Moores name on it if there is any family members that are still living and wants it call 706 356 8232.

    By Roy Gibson (12/11/2017)

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