Ellen May Bingham/May Moss
Ellen May Bingham was born in February 1900. During the First World War, she worked as a Land Girl. She was known as May Moss as around this time. Thank you to Jayne Maslin, May’s granddaughter for sharing the following photos and letter.
“May was living with her step father in Wallasey, as her father had passed away when she was 6 years old and her mother died when she was only 12 years.
Although she told none of her family of the work she did during the First World War, she worked in a munitions factory in the Second World War.
The photographs and letter were only discovered after she died.”