WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter H. 

William Heywood

Rank:2nd CplNumber:444201
Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:Signal Coy
Name of Rgt or Ship:Royal Engineers 66th Div.
How Died:Died from Pneumonia (Influenza)
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Tincourt New British Cem
Town Memorial:Sale
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1896 in the Altrincham R.D. - ref:
8a/182, the son of Henry & Rose Annie Heywood (nee Frape).    Baptised at
St. Anne's P.C. on the 6th September 1896.   His father was recorded as
being a Market Gardener residing at Temple Road, Sale.

His father is listed in the local 1899 Directory as being a Gardener living
at 33 Temple Rd.

1901 Census - 33 Temple Road, Sale.   Son - aged: 4 - born: Sale.   Head of
household - Henry Heywood - Married - aged: 42 - occ: Market Gardener -
born: Timperley.   Also - Rose A. Heywood - Wife - aged: 32 - born:
Gloucestershire.   Plus 3 siblings.

1911 Census - 29a Temple Road, Sale.   Son - aged: 14 - Scholar - born:
Sale.    Head of household - Henry Heywood - Married - aged: 52 - occ:
Market Gardener - born: Timperley.   Also - Rose Annie Heywood - Wife -
aged: 42 - born: Beverstone, Gloucestershire.   Plus 4 siblings.

Attended St. Anne's Church School and Sale Higher Elementary School.   A
Member of St. Anne's Church Choir and the St. Anne's Christian

Enlisted in the Manchester Rgt (Signals Coy) No. 3067 on the 1st October

Death reported in the 05/11/1918 edition of the Altrincham Guardian.   Died
of Pneumonia.   (Influenza).

M.I. - "Father in thy gracious keeping, leave we now our loved one

The local newspaper states that his parents lived at 29a Temple Rd, Sale.

Pension Records - Died from Pneumonia.  Dependent: Mother - Mrs; Rose Annie
Heywood, 29a Temple Road, Sale, who was awarded a weekly pension of 5/-
w.e.f. the 13th May 1919.

Memorials found on:
Royal Engineers HQ
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