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37102   Worker Sara Mabel Moore
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Dated added: 30/12/2015   Last updated: 23/09/2016
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps (British Army)
Died: 01/04/1919 (Died of Illness)
Age: 19
The Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps was established in March 1917 and made up of volunteers of whom 57,000 were eventually employed. The women were tasked with duties such as, cooking, catering, cleaning, telephony, motor vehicle maintenance and administration work etc. ‘Worker’ S. Moore died on 1st April 1919 and is buried in Desertlyn Old Graveyard, Moneymore, County Londonderry.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Desertlyn Old Graveyard
  Moneymore, Co Londonderry, 6
Grave Ref:
CWGC Casualty 661721
The graveyard lies on the road out of Moneymore towards Tobermore on the left hand side just after the junction for Turnaface Road.There is one Commonwealth burial of the 1914-1918 war here, the mysterious Worker S Moore..
Local Institute / Local Book Details

No Name Page
1 Cookstown War Dead Book WW1 295
References and Links
No Link Reference Map Doc
1 1911 Census lists a Moore family 1911 census lists a possible reference to S Moore as age 11 at house 15 in Mawillian, Springhill, Londonderry
2 War Graves Photographic Project Photo of Worker Sara Mabel Moore's grave cannot be purchased here
3 Confirms name as Sara Mabel Moore
Cookstown District's War Dead Acknowledgements 2010-2018