Moody, Albert E

Dates: [1896-1920]

War Service: Albert Moody enlisted as a Private with the London Regiment on the 26th April 1915 with the service number 3677. He was discharged on medical grounds on 9th July 1915. He later re-enlisted as a Private in 1917 with the service number 61166 and he served with a number of regiments on the Home Front before ending the war with the Northamptonshire Regiment. He was discharged in December 1918 and his pension record notes that he suffered from a tubercle of the lung. He died on 1st April 1920 and is buried at Brockley Cemetery.

Location of Memorial: He is buried in Brockley cemetery where his name is recorded on the screen wall listing those whose graves have no headstone.

Details: Albert E Moody was the son of William George and Mary Ann Moody, of 41, Oareborough Road, Deptford.

The 1911 census recorded that he was living at 64 Seymour St, Deptford with his parents . He had eight brothers; William Henry, Henry Joseph, Alfred, Reginald, Percival, Ernest and Arthur and two sisters; Edith and Doris.

At the time of his discharge he was described as being 5ft 4 inches tall and had blue eyes and light brown hair and a fair complexion. His military character was good and his conduct very good. Before joining the army his occupation was given as a carman.

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