John Moon was born in Dungannon, County Tyrone in 1878. John was a labourer when he joined the Royal Navy on 4th March 1902 for a 12-year period. John Moon married Rachel Reid on 27th December 1904 John Moon and his wife, a linen weaver, lived in Ruth Street, Belfast in 1911. He extended his service in March 1914 and was serving on HMS Vivid 2 when the Great War started. From 1st November 1917, he served on HMS Egmont, a Base Ship in Malta. Leading Stoker John Moon died on 16th May 1918 following an accident on board HMS Mimosa.
The Cemetery is about 2 kilometres south-east of Rinella, a bay and hamlet opposite Valletta across the mouth of the Grand Harbour and on the southern outskirts of the village of Kalkara. Just before entering Kalkara on the main bus route, the Cemetery is signposted along the road "Triq Santa Liberta" to the street of Triq Santu Rokku" where the Cemetery is located.