Commemorated:

1. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.115
2. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour17B GQS
    

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Early Life :

First born of Thomas Motzer and Ann Wood Almond at Hampstead, London. He had one sister, Dorothy. In 1911, prior to the war, he was working as a Clerk at a Timber Merchants.

Service Life:

Campaigns:

Unit / Ship / Est.: Not Yet Known 

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At the time of joining Bulwer Lodge of Cairo, Joseph Almond is recorded as a Sergeant in the A.P.C. (Army Pay Corps). Enlisted at Stratford - Regimental No. 1708

Detail :

Probate records show that Joseph of 2 Ebbsfleet Roa, Cricklewood, Middlesex died 10th April 1918 in Palestine. Will executed to his mother. Effects 313 4s 8d.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Bulwer Lodge of Cairo No. 1068 E.C.Buckinghamshire

Initiated
Passed
Raised
5th January 1918
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A legend for this soldier starts with Bulwer Lodge of Cairo, when he becomes a joining member on 5th January 1918. He is stationed in Cairo, but the parent lodge is stated only to be Egypt, but does record date of death as 10th April 1918.

Joined Kitchener Lodge No 3788 12th March 1917 from L146 along with 9 other brethren of that Lodge on the same day.


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