Leonard W. Moseley
Tuesday, January 23, 1945 pg. 1
“Dies on Leyte”
Pvt. Leonard W. Moseley, 24 year old Eurekan, was killed in action on Leyte Island December 11, according to word received here from the War Department by his mother, Mrs. Clara Moseley of 1640 McCullens avenue.
A graduate of the Eureka High school and a student for a time at Humboldt State college, Moseley left here with the California National Guard and entered the Army in March, 1941. He trained at San Luis Obispo, went overseas two years ago.
Pvt. Moseley participated in the Marshall Islands and Kwajalein campaigns, was stationed in Hawaii before going to Leyte.
Other surviving relatives are his brothers and sisters: Lt. Clarence Moseley, not in France; Clarice Tipshus of Eureka, who recently joined the Army Nurse Corps and will soon be commissioned lieutenant; John and Stanley Moseley of Eureka, Mrs. Evelyn Larsen of San Francisco, Harley Moseley and Marcella Burton of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Isabel Molloy of New York City.