"To Keep in Memory"

Fred Mouncey

Parish Summary
The War Memorial at Scholes, Location and History
The Fallen of Scholes
The Manor House Nominal Roll
Scholes Memorial Trees
The War Memorial at Barwick in Elmet, Location and History
The Fallen of Barwick in Elmet
Great War Survivors from Barwick in Elmet
About the Author
Ackowledgements and Sources

Rank & Name
Private Fred Mouncey
No. 41905, 10th Bn., Northumberland Fusiliers.
How & When Died
Killed in Action, 20 September 1917
Age, if known
38 years
Next of Kin details
Son of William and Mary Mouncey, of Barwick in Elmet, Leeds.
Commemoration Details
Buried in Hooge Crater Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium. Plot XVIII, Row G, Grave 10.
Other Information / Remarks
Fred Mouncey was a member of Barwick Cricket Club. He is further commemorated on the headstone of his parents within All Saints' Churchyard.

His cousin, William Brook Mouncey served with the West Yorkshire Regiment in the 1st/5th Bn. William Mouncey was wounded and gassed but ultimately survived the war.

Remembering the Fallen of Two Villages on the Eastern Fringes of Leeds.

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