ă Lt 7 Sherwood Foresters. b 1894 Hampton Hill Surrey. He became a surveyors clerk. 1918 absent voters lists him living at Heatherfield, Sheffield Road, Hathersage, as was his brother in law, Colin Wragg who served in the same regiment. (Sheffield Evening Telegraph 25/7/1918; ‘At Heatherfield, Gladys Moores (née Wragg) wife of Lt Rowland John Moores 7 Sherwood Foresters, gave birth on 25/7/1918”. She gave birth to two daughters at Hathersage, Janet Evelyn and Bridget G. The family eventually ended up living in Sussex. The Sheffield Telegraph Article referred to Heatherfield as being the home of his wife’s parents, who would be Walter Wragg (b 1873 d 1933) and Evelyn Maud Wragg (b1872, d1927).