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Soldier – Moss, Frank – Wounded by Shrapnel

July 1917

Mexborough and Swinton Times July 21, 1917

Private Frank Moss

Mr and Mrs Fred Moss of Middlecliffe cottages, Little Houghton, have been notified that their son, Private Frank Moss (York and Lancaster) has been wounded by shrapnel in France, causing injuries to his face and right thigh.

He is in hospital in France.

Private Moss joined the Forces in September 1915. Another brother, Private Fred Moss (York and Lancaster) was also wounded some time ago, and is at present recuperated at Cannock Chase.

Both worked at Houghton Main prior to enlisting this.