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Name: Hugh Fitzgerald Moore
Country: Scotland
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 22
Victories: 6
Born: 17 February 1898
Place of Birth: Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Died: 05 March 1974
Place of Death: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
 
 
The son of George and Daisy Moore, Hugh Fitzgerald Moore emigrated to Canada with his family in 1907. A clerk living in Winnipeg, Moore enlisted in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force on 3 July 1915. Posted to 22 Squadron on 16 Oct 1917, he scored six victories as a Brisfit observer in the first three months of 1918. During March and April of that year, he was sent to hospital and invalided back to England on 25 April 1918.

CEF service # 451486
Canada, Ledgers of CEF Officers Transferring to Royal Flying Corps, 1915-1919
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 25 Jan 1918 1340 22 Bristol F.2b (A7236) 1 Albatros D.III (OOC) Emmerin
2 18 Feb 1918 1400 22 Bristol F.2b (A7251) 1 Two-seater (OOC) Seclin
3 24 Mar 1918 1305 22 Bristol F.2b (A7286) 2 Albatros D.V (DES) SE of Arras
4 24 Mar 1918 1305 22 Bristol F.2b (A7286) 2 Albatros D.V (OOC) SE of Arras
5 25 Mar 1918 0825 22 Bristol F.2b (A7286) 2 Albatros D.V (DES) St. Leger
6 30 Mar 1918 22 Bristol F.2b (C4894) 2 Balloon (DES) NE of Albert

1 Pilot Lt William Wells
2 Pilot 2Lt William Harvey
 
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