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In Memoriam - J Hebblethwaite



John Hebblethwaite



John Hebblethwaite


Born in 1915, he was the second of four brothers who were all in H.M.Forces during the second world war. He was the son of Joseph and Minnie Hebblethwaite who, at the time of the census in 1911, lived with their five daughters at Glencoe House, Hampsthwaite. He married Dorothy Maureen White of Darlington and he and his wife lived at "Glendale" in Hollins Lane, Hampsthwaite.

He enlisted in the 6th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), had a service number of 2760798 and rose to the rank of Corporal.

He was killed by artillery fire at Dudda crossroads, just before Monte Scalari in Italy on 29th July 1944 at the age of 29 and is buried in X.D.8. in the Florence War Cemetery.

Awarded the Italy Star medal



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In Memoriam - J Hebblethwaite


John Hebblethwaite



John Hebblethwaite


Born in 1915, he was the second of four brothers who were all in H.M.Forces during the second world war. He was the son of Joseph and Minnie Hebblethwaite who, at the time of the census in 1911, lived with their five daughters at Glencoe House, Hampsthwaite. He married Dorothy Maureen White of Darlington and he and his wife lived at "Glendale" in Hollins Lane, Hampsthwaite.

He enlisted in the 6th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), had a service number of 2760798 and rose to the rank of Corporal.

He was killed by artillery fire at Dudda crossroads, just before Monte Scalari in Italy on 29th July 1944 at the age of 29 and is buried in X.D.8. in the Florence War Cemetery.

Awarded the Italy Star medal



Italy Star
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Star

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