The Men

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T W Y

MOULD, LESLIE FREDERICK

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Service No:
Date of Death:
Age:
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Grave Reference:

Rank:
Service No:
Date of Death:
Age:
Regiment/Service:
Grave Reference:

Lance corporal
14691482
28/09/1944
19
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 9th Bn.
II. D. 6.

Additional Information:
L-Cpl Mould was probably injured at Best. He was initialy buried near the field hospital in Meerveldhoven.

“Martin’s mother was Leslie’s older sister. Their mother died when they were very young and as a result were passed around family and consequently had an unhappy  poor childhood.  Martin’s mother left London at the start  of the war  to work in an ammunitions factory in Scotland.  Leslie was left on his own and we assume that he joined up for the war effort to escape an unhappy home situation. He wrote to his sister and Martin has copies of his letters from Northern Ireland where he was sent for training and then from  France and  the Netherlands prior to his death.”

Initial gravesite at Meerveldhoven.