|Unit/Regiment||Royal Field Artillery|
|Battalion||"B" Bty. 293rd Bde.|
|Theatre of War first served in|
|Date of entry therein|
|Age at Death||22|
|Date of Death||21/03/1918|
|Burial/Memorial||Favreuil British Cemetery|
|CWGC Family Details||Son of Joseph P. and Mary Anna Mort, of 25, Ifton St., Liswerry, Newport, Mon.|
|Resided||25, Ifton Street, Liswerry, Newport Mon|
|How Died||Killed in action|
|Theatre of War||Western European Theatre|
|Medal Entitlement||British War Medal|
|Notes||Royal Field Artillery requested authority to dispose of William Mort's medals on 30/06/1922, presumably his family could not be located|
William Mort was born in Neath the eldest child of Joseph P and Mary Anna Mort in 1896. William was working at the Orb in 1911 aged just 15, he was a scrap cutter, his father also worked at the Orb.
William joined the Royal Field Artillery in March 1916. He was killed in action on 21st March 1918, he is remembered at Favreuil British Cemetery.
He left his war gratuity and his back pay to his mother Mary Anna, she received £8 10-/-. William was 22 when he died.