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Memorials to Men Lost in the sinking

We will remember them
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In Remembrance of
Hugh Thomas Henry Moore

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Date of birth: 13th April 1909
Place of birth: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Wife: Lilian Moore
Previous occupation: Training Ship Boy
Service: Royal Navy
Rank: Petty Officer
Service Number: P/J 112084
Joined Hood: 11th August 1939 (Petty Officer)
Left Hood: 24th May 1941 (loss of ship) (Petty Officer)
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Biographical Information:

Hugh was born on 13th April 1909 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was the husband of Lilian Moore. His father and brother were also known to have served in the Navy. Hugh was known to have attended the Royal Hospital School in Greenwich until he turned 15. He was awarded the Battle of Britain medal, Atlantic Star and War Medal 1939-1945. Hugh was 32 years old at the time of his loss.

History of ships served in and rate held:

Date FromDate toShipRatingSource
14th October 192428th March 1925GangesBoy 2nd ClassADM362/4
29th March 192512th October 1925GangesBoy 1st ClassADM362/4
13th October 192517th May 1926Queen ElizabethBoy 1st ClassADM362/4
18th May 192611th October 1926ValiantBoy 1st ClassADM362/4
12th October 192625th May 1927ValiantOrdinary SeamanADM362/4
26th May 192710th July 1927Victory IOrdinary SeamanADM362/4
11th July 192726th August 1927ChampionOrdinary SeamanADM362/4
27th August 192729th March 1928Columbine (Vancouver)Ordinary SeamanADM362/4
30th March 192811th April 1928Columbine (Wakeful)Ordinary SeamanADM362/4
12th April 192831st May 1928Columbine (Wakeful)Able SeamanADM362/4
1st June 192816th July 1928Victory II (Wakeful)Able SeamanADM362/4
17th July 192816th October 1928Victory II (Vimy)Able SeamanADM362/4
17th October 19286th November 1929Victory IAble SeamanADM362/4
7th November 192912th October 1931VernonAble SeamanADM363/176
13th October 193119th October 1932Victory II (Acheron)Able SeamanADM363/176
20th October 193219th December 1932Victory IAble SeamanADM363/176
20th December 19328th January 1935CoventryAble SeamanADM363/176
9th January 193528th February 1935Victory IAble SeamanADM363/176
1st March 19357th March 1935ExcellentAble SeamanADM363/176
8th March 19356th September 1935ExcellentActing Leading SeamanADM363/176
7th September 19357th March 1936Victory II (Westminster)Acting Leading SeamanADM363/176
8th March 193627th May 1936Victory II (Westminster)Leading SeamanADM363/176
28th May 193618th June 1936Victory ILeading SeamanADM363/176
19th June 19368th September 1936RevengeLeading SeamanADM363/176
9th September 193616th November 1936Victory ILeading SeamanADM363/176
17th November 193614th May 1937Cyclops (Douglas)Leading SeamanADM363/176
15th May 19372nd July 1937Victory ILeading SeamanADM363/176
3rd July 193714th September 1937CyclopsLeading SeamanADM363/176
15th September 193711th March 1938CyclopsActing Petty OfficerADM363/176
12th March 193822nd April 1938Victory IActing Petty OfficerADM363/176
23rd April 193814th September 1938ExcellentActing Petty OfficerADM363/176
15th September 193821st October 1938ExcellentPetty OfficerADM363/176
22nd October 193813th February 1939Vernon (Wessex)Petty OfficerADM363/176
14th February 193917th February 1939Effingham (Wessex)Petty OfficerADM363/176
18th February 193910th August 1939DunedinPetty OfficerADM363/176
11th August 193924th May 1941HoodPetty OfficerADM363/176

Additional Photographs
None at this time.

Hood Chapel, Church of St. John the Baptist, Boldre, Hampshire, England

Photos of the memorial

Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea, Hampshire, England

Photos of the memorial

The part of the memorial in which the Hood casualty names can be found.
(Panels 45 to 61)

Hugh's name is in Column 2 of Panel 46.

Detail of Hugh's name.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission
'Register of Deaths of Naval Ratings' (data extracted by Director of Naval Personnel (Disclosure Cell), Navy Command HQ, 2009)
His daughter, Mrs. L. Gibbins (photo & information, August 2008)