The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private E P Hayward


Private Ernest Percy HAYWARD,  G/9253, 10th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 9th October 1916.

Born Minster, Kent, son of Ernest & Ellen Hayward.

2nd August 1896, Minster-in-Sheppey, Kent, baptism of Ernest Percy Hayward, son of Ernest & Ellen Hayward.

1911 Census - Abbyville, Main Road, Minster, Sheerness, Kent - Ernest Hayward, head, age 40, married, general labourer, building trade, born Finchingfield, Essex; Ellen Lily Hayward, wife, age 34, married 15 years, 6 children, all still alive, born Dorking; Ernest Hayward, son, age 14, glass factory labourer, born Sheppy, Minster; Ellen Hayward, daughter, age 13, school, born Sheppy, Minster; Arthur Hayward, son, age 10, school, born Sheppy, Minster; William Hayward, son, age 6, born Sheppy, Minster; Edith Hayward, daughter, age 4, born Sheppy, Minster; Frank Hayward, son, age 2, born Sheppy, Minster; Thomas Hayward, brother, age 46, single, general labourer, farm, born Finchingfield, Essex; Elizabeth Hayward, mother, age 72, widow, born Stambourne, Essex; Alfred Hayward, nephew, age 17, single, glass factory labourer, born Leytonstone, Essex.

Enlisted  Sheerness, Kent.    

Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Pier & Face 11C, France.

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