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Lance Corporal CH/16108 James MULDOON of Chatham Bn. At Ostend, Dunkirk & Defence of Antwerp 1914, R.N. Div., Royal Marine Light Infantry

Killed in Action Sunday 20th June 1915, Dardanelles, age 25

Of:113 Victoria Street, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire
Born:1889, Hyde, Cheshire
Parents:Jane Muldoon and Alexander Muldoon of 113 Victoria Street, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire
Marital status:Single
Occupation:Royal Marine Light Infantry
He enlisted in:
Remembered on:Helles Memorial, Turkey,   Panel 2 to 7
Link with Hyde:Born in Hyde


1911 Census:
Onboard HMS Alert, a Royal Navy Sloop. Location: At Sea Latitude 26-28, Longitude 54-55E. About 5 Miles from Persian Coast.

His Last Letter to His Parents dated May 15th 1915 ...he was then presumably at the Dardanelles, gallantly fighting along with the Australians.

I am still alive and well. We have had some hard fighting, shoulder to shoulder with the Australians. The Australian is a fine fighting man, especially in the nature of the country that we are at present in. He is strong fearless, reckless to a fault; he, would share the best bieley of tea with you. I am proud to be able to say that I have fought shoulder to shoulder with such fine men. I hope you are all getting on alright at home. You might try and send me a little box of cigarettes, securely tied. We have made great headings in this country.

North Cheshire Herald, July 10th 1915, Page 8, Column 6.

Awarded Naval General Service Medal with Clasp ""Persian Gulf 1909-1914"" (HMS ""Alert""), 2 x Good Conduct Badges 29/03/1914, 1914 Star & Clasp issued to father 02/11/1920