Francis Ian Hamilton-Moore was in the Orange 1916, and was a member of their victorious 1920 Cock XI in his last year.
He became a rubber planter in what is now Malaysia in the 1920s through to the 1950s. He held a commission with the Federated Malay States Volunteer Forces from 1932, rising to the rank of Major. He was captured by the Japanese in 1942 and held in Thailand for the remainder of the war.
After the war he became a member of the Singapore State Council, and served as President of Negri Sembilan Planters Association, as well as representing Kuala Pilah & Bahau district. His is known to have worked with the Middleton and Labu estates. He retired to back to England, becoming a JP.
He was initiated into the Lodge in 1925 and became WM in 1966. He was made a Grand Deacon by Grand Lodge.