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Stuart Heyworth

Driver John Willie Heyworth 56025 RHA/RGA

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Stuart Heyworth

I can only find medal roll entries for my grandfather and wondered if anyone could assist with service history.

Driver John Willie Heyworth 56025. RFA/RGA

discharge paper shows Shoeingsmith and refers to 118 Heavy RGA

b & v. Dis on Demob. 1919

Not sure if he was a territorial or volunteered. 

 Don't know when he joined up or where he served and would welcome any assistance.

 

 

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jonbem

Hi and welcome

 

HMMMM? What's the OHCA?

John Willie OHCA Heyworth

regards

Jon

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Stuart Heyworth

Hi. Thanks for reply.

I have no idea - written in pencil. I was hoping someone may have seen this before and potentially explain.

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charlie962

Hello Stuart,

It would help us to know where he came from, when he was born plus where you found his discharge papers ?

Charlie

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jonbem

was he previously

 

Name:J W Heyworth

Regiment or Corps:Royal Field Artillery

Regimental Number:1563, W/1563

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Stuart Heyworth

I have his discharge papers somewhere but unfortunately not readily to hand. 

Born 1887. Lancs.   married Lilley. 

im afraid I have no idea if he was previously anything so can't confirm the JW Heyworth 1563 RFA. 

 

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