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Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c4

Birthdate:
Birthplace: South Africa
Death: Died
Cause of death: killed in action (first world war)
Place of Burial: Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery, Belgium
Immediate Family:

Son of George Pigot Moodie, SV2b4 and Rosa Maria Pigot-Moodie
Brother of Minna Sophia Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c1; Edith Rose Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c2 and George Frederick Arthur F.A. Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c3

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About Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c4

"PIGOT-MOODIE—On May 30, at Westbrooke, Rondebosch, the wife of G. Pigot-Moodie, of a son." - http://www.eggsa.org/newspapers/index.php/south-african-magazine/293-domestic-announcements-1890-2-april-june

From: de Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour, 1914-1924 (volume 1, image 258):

“CHARLES ALFRED PIGOT-MOODIE

2nd Lieutenant, 6th Battalion Rifle Brigade, youngest son of the late George Pigot-Moodie, of Westbrook, Rondebosch, Cape Colony, MLC of Cape Colony, and sometime Surveyor-General of the Transvaal, by his wife Rose, daughter of Stephen Spranger FRCS Eng; and grandson of Lieutenant Donald Moodie, RN, Colonial Secretary of Natal (1845-49) and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly (1857) [3rd son of Major James Moodie, 9th Laird of Melsetter, Orkney]; born Westbrooke, 30 May 1890; educated Windlesham House Brighton, Harrow and Magdalen College Oxford; gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 15 Aug 1914; went to the Front Nov 1914, and was killed in action at Kennel, Belgium, 13 Jan 1915; unmarried. His elder brother, Lieutenant George Frederick Arthur Pigot-Moodie, 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys) is now on active service in France. He was wounded on 12 Sept 1914 at Vailly, during the Battle of the Aisne, and was awarded the Military Cross, and the 3rd class Order of St Anne of Russia (with swords).”

Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie is buried in Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery: http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/155503/PIGOT-MOODIE,%20CHARLES%20ALFRED

Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie is commemorated on the Minstead War Memorial, New Forest: http://www.newforest.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=8556

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Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie, SV2b4c4's Timeline

1890
May 30, 1890
South Africa
1915
January 13, 1915
Age 24
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Belgium