Cardington's war dead

FRANK CHARLES HEYNES

FRANK CHARLES HEYNES (Initially No: 2121, Shropshire Yeomanry, latterly No: 230327 KSLI) was born in Cardington; his parents were farmers who became publicans (at the New Inn in Cardington). As Emily West before her marriage, his mother had been a teacher at Cardington School. He enlisted in Shrewsbury. He was killed in action on 22 August 1918 whilst serving with No I Company, 10th Battalion KSLI near St. Floris.

(NB Thomas Edwards was also killed near St. Floris on the same day whilst serving with 10 KSLI.)

F Heynes

Frank Heynes' death is commemorated on the Loos War Memorial (Pas de Calais).

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Also see Wellington & Shrewsbury Journal 23 January 1919
and Entry No 263 in St James Church Register of Marriages dated 16 August 1915, re: marriage of Emily Heynes to Thomas Moyle.

W. H. DAVIES
T. EDWARDS
T. FRANCIS
F. HEYNES
S. HOWELLS
P. TUDOR
G. B. H. BISHOP
S. H. CHRISTY
N. BIGGS
S. J. BOWEN
S. BRIGHT
L. J. CARTER
H. CHESTER
O. DAVIES

S. THOMAS

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