The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private P E Hayward


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Private Percy Edwin  HAYWARD, G/8455,  11th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  killed in action,  Flanders France, 7th October 1916, age 20.

19th June 1896, born Euston, London, NW, son of William John and Mary Ann Hayward, of 26, Devonshire Street, St. Peter's Street., Islington, London.

12th July 1896, Holy Redeemer, Exmouth Market, Islington, London, baptism of Percy Edwin Hayward, son of William John, (printer), and Mary Anne Hayward, 162 ????? Street.

1911 Census - 29 & 30D Beaconsfield Buildings, Randells Road, London, N. - William John Hayward, head, age 42, married, copper smith labourer, copper smiths, worker, born St Pancras, London; Mary Ann Hayward, wife, age 42, married 19 years, 7 children, all still alive, born City, London; William John Hayward, son, age 18, single, wheel cleaner, worker, born Marylebone, London; Mary Elizabeth Hayward, daughter, age 17, single, box maker cardboard, fancy, worker, born St Pancras, London; Percy Edwin Hayward, son, age 14, office boy, worker, born St Pancras, London; Herbert George Hayward, son, age 11, school, born St Pancras, London; Amt Madeline Hayward, daughter, age 10, school, born Islington, London; Edith May Hayward, daughter, age 6, school, born Islington, London; Lilian Gertrude Hayward, daughter, age 3, school, born Islington, London.

Enlisted Southwark, SE.  Resided Islington, N. 

Buried at Warlencourt British Cemetery, II. F. 28., France.

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