John Roger Stewart Moss & Halliwell Sutcliffe Moss

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Reference WMO261047


Lancashire Infantry Museum

Arroyo Way




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
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On active service in grateful and loving memory of Driver Mechanic JOHN ROGER STUART Moss Royal Regiment of Artillery/Husband of PEGGY MOSS and elder son of Rev.and Mrs J.Moss The Vicarage Bilsborrow who died in Japanese hands in Thailand on the 20th June 1943 aged 27/ Fivat in Pace/ On active service/In grateful and loving memory of/Lieutenant Halliwell Sutcliffe Moss Royal Regiment if Artilery Younger son of Major the Rev and Mrs J Moss The Vicarage Bilsborrow who died in an un-named Japanese Prision Camp inthe Far ast on the 16th July 1942 aged 23 years Fivat in Pace

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