People Australia

  • searches all National Centre of Biography websites
  • searches all National Centre of Biography websites
  • searches all National Centre of Biography websites

Browse Lists:

Cultural Advice

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website contains names, images, and voices of deceased persons.

In addition, some articles contain terms or views that were acceptable within mainstream Australian culture in the period in which they were written, but may no longer be considered appropriate.

These articles do not necessarily reflect the views of The Australian National University.

Older articles are being reviewed with a view to bringing them into line with contemporary values but the original text will remain available for historical context.

Frederick Gore Moule (1889–1917)

Born in 1889. Educated at Melbourne Grammar School – First VIII, Prefect, First XI. An outstanding left-arm bowler, he played in St. Kilda’s 1913-14 premiership. Represented Victoria several times in inter State colts matches. Employed by Dalgety & Co. Served at Messines, Ypres and Passchendaele. He died on October 8, 1917 of wounds suffered under machine-gun fire while leading C Company of the 37th Battalion against Broodseinde Ridge.

Original Publication

Additional Resources

Citation details

'Moule, Frederick Gore (1889–1917)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/moule-frederick-gore-22887/text32296, accessed 2 March 2024.

© Copyright People Australia, 2012

Life Summary [details]

Birth

23 March, 1889
Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Death

8 October, 1917 (aged 28)
France

Cause of Death

war wounds

Cultural Heritage

Includes subject's nationality; their parents' nationality; the countries in which they spent a significant part of their childhood, and their self-identity.

Religious Influence

Includes the religion in which subjects were raised, have chosen themselves, attendance at religious schools and/or religious funeral rites; Atheism and Agnosticism have been included.

Education
Occupation
Military Service
Key Organisations
Workplaces