Captain H P L Heyworth

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Reference WMO/266794


St Lawrence and Blessed Edward King’s Church.


PE23 4PN


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
About the memorial: Two light stained glass window 2.4m high at the centre, 1.95m high at the side, by 1.03m wide Regimental badge of North Staffordshire Regiment in small circular window above two main panes, badge surrounded by circle of vine leaves and fruit. Left pane depicts Saint Oswald (King of Northumbria) crowned and in armour, holding shield and large cross. Right pane depicts Saint George in armour holding shield and spear. Bottom right corner of right pane has inscription in black lettering on white background, except for random capital lettering which are on yellow background.
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Captain. Heyworth, Heyworth Potter Lawrence. Killed in action 06/08/1915. Aged 38. 7th Bn. North Staffordshire Regiment. Son of Col. Lawrence Heyworth and Mrs. Heyworth; husband of Cecily M. Sparrow (formerly Heyworth), of Rookwoods, Sible Hedingham, Essex.

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