F. J. Moulder
Service no. 512364
Private, London Regiment (London Scottish), “C” Coy. 1st/14th Battalion
Killed in action at age 21 on 23 August 1918
Son of Frederick and Elizabeth Moulder, of 35 Cottage Grove, Stockwell, London.
Remembered at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, France
South London Press, 4 October 1918
CLAPHAM LONDON SCOT KILLED.
Brave Runner Falls While Dispatch Carrying
Pte. F. T. Moulder, London Scottish, killed in action while carrying dispatches under heavy shellfire, was a native of Clapham, formerly residing at 35, Cottage-grove, Bedford-rd. He joined the London Scottish in the early days of the war and did excellent work as a company and battalion runner since the days of the terrible Somme push of 1916.
A comrade, Pte, E. A. McKearon, himself wounded and an inmate of the 1st London General Hospital, Camberwell, says of him: “He was well known throughout the battalion and had earned the esteem and respect of all who knew him.”