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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Find a Grave Henwoods Listed from WWI and WWII in England

1. Petty Officer Charles Bertram Henwood of the Royal Navy b: Abt 1910, died May 11, 1943 at age 33 in WWII.. He's buried at the Portsmouth Navel Memorial in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.

2. Leading Stoker in the Royal Navy David Henwood b: Abt 1892 d: June 5, 1916 in WWI. He's also buried at Portsmouth.

3. Able Seaman George Alfred Henwood died September 29, 1940.  He's buried at the Plymouth Navel Memorial in Devon.

4. Ordinary Seaman Hugh Desmond Henwood died December 15, 1941.

5. Ld Syntman Reginald Walter Charles Henwood died February 18, 1944. 

6. Elizabeth Esther Henwood died October 16, 1940.  She was one of the civilian war dead.  She's buried in Southwark, Greater London.

7. James Ernest Douglas Henwood died May 23, 1941.  He was one of the civilian war dead and is buried in Portsmouth, Hampshire. 

8. Dorothy D. Henwood died October 19, 1940.  She was one of the civilian war dead.  She buried on Fulham Palace Rd in Greater London.


1. Elizabeth Henwood, born 1828, d: June 8, 1897 is buried at the Dones Thorpe Cemetery in Swadlincote, Derbyshire.

2. Steward George Henwood died April 22, 1918 and is buried in the Liverpool "Anfield" Cemetery at Merseyside.  He could have been a victim of the flu.

3. Jane Henwood died August 31, 1918 and is buried at Donington Old Cemetery in Lincolnshire. 

4 John William Henwood could be Jane's husband.  He died February 6, 1915 and is buried at the same place.

5. Rosalie Henwood b: 1926 d: January 25, 2007 dying at age 81.  She's buried at the Egloshayle Cemetery in Cornwall. 

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