Charles Leroy Moore

The following profile was researched and compiled by Candice L. Buchanan and Glenn J. R. T. Toothman III, for

Birth: 4 March 1892 Greene County, Pennsylvania

Parents: Abraham Lincoln Moore and Theodora Belle "Dora" Wade

Residence at time of enlistment: Franklin Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania

Physical description: Medium height, medium build, dark gray eyes, light brown hair

Death: Influenza epidemic, 23 October 1918 Prince George, Virginia

Age at death: 26 years old

Last resting place: Fairall Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Whiteley Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania

Military rank: Private. Company B, Officer Training School, Camp Lee, Virginia.

Additional information:

Before the war, Charles was a farmer in Franklin Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania.


  • Fairall Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery (Whiteley Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania), Charles L. Moore tombstone; personally read and photographed by Candice Buchanan and Glenn Toothman, 2018.
  • "United States, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," digital images, ( : accessed 6 July 2018), Charles Leroy Moore draft card, serial no. 744, Local Draft Board, Whiteley Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania; citing National Archives microfilm publication M1509, FHL roll 1892940.
  • Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014, no. 31127, Pvt. Charles Moore, 1918; digital images, ( : viewed 6 July 2018); citing Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia.