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Stanley Hazlewood, discharge papers, 1920

Stanley HazlewoodAge: 94 years18941989

Name
Stanley Hazlewood
Surname
Hazlewood
Given names
Stanley
Birth June 14, 1894 27 29
Middlesex, England
Latitude: N51.5952 Longitude: W0.1131

Address: 124 Mayes Rd, Wood Green, Middlesex, England
Note: Certified copy of an entry of birth: Entry number 437, Register book of births number 126, Sub District of Tottenham, District of Edmonton, County of Middlesex, England. Registered 20 July 1894.
Military
Royal British Army
yes

Note: Number 41070, Stanley Hazlewood. Served in the Coastal Artillery at Dover where the big guns shelled the Germans on the French coast. Later he served in the horse-drawn artillery and the Royal Garrison Artillery and saw action in France and Belgium. He was awarded the 1914 Star, the British War Medal 1914-1919, the Military Medal, and the Victory Medal. His medals are currently held by his son, Frank Hazlewood.
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohnathon Johnson Hobson
December 1894 (Age 5 months)
Birth of a sisterMarie Hazlewood
December 25, 1896 (Age 2 years)

Birth of a brotherGeorge Hazlewood
March 1898 (Age 3 years)
Address: Chester Road.
Birth of a sisterAda “Hazel” Hazlewood
April 14, 1900 (Age 5 years)
Address: 14 Stewart St.
Census 1901 (Age 6 years)
Note: Stanley is stated as nephew of James W. Blake. Stanley was present at this address for this census, and stated as being from Wood Green.
Birth of a brotherJohn Edward “Ted” Hazlewood
1904 (Age 9 years)
Birth of a brotherFrank Hazlewood
May 23, 1905 (Age 10 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherLucy Harriott Daniell
1919 (Age 24 years)
Occupation
Electrician
1920 (Age 25 years)

Death of a fatherJohn Edward Hazlewood
March 7, 1943 (Age 48 years)
Death of a motherMary Adelaide Hobson
December 31, 1954 (Age 60 years)
Death of a brotherFrank Hazlewood
October 4, 1976 (Age 82 years)
Address: 35 St Claire Drive.
Death of a sisterAda “Hazel” Hazlewood
December 19, 1976 (Age 82 years)

Death of a sisterMarie Hazlewood
July 30, 1978 (Age 84 years)
Cause: Gangrene
Death March 27, 1989 (Age 94 years)
Address: Cornwall Private Hospital, 19 Cornwall Park Avenue, One Tree Hill, Auckland, New Zealand
Cause of death: Bronchopneumonia - 2 weeks, Cerebral Atherosclerosis - years, Heart failure.
Note: Register book of deaths number 71519 at Onehunga, New Zealand. 2 May 1989.
Cremation March 31, 1989 (4 days after death)
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father
mother
Marriage: December 30, 1893Tyne and Wear, Sunderland, Co. Durham, England
5 months
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Stanley Hazlewood, discharge papers, 1920Stanley Hazlewood
Birth: June 14, 1894 27 29Middlesex, England
Death: March 27, 1989Auckland, New Zealand
3 years
younger sister
15 months
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
5 years
younger brother
17 months
younger brother
Frank HazlewoodFrank Hazlewood
Birth: May 23, 1905 38 40England
Death: October 4, 1976Worcester Park, Surrey, England

SourceHazlewood Family - Revision G.1
Birth
Certified copy of an entry of birth: Entry number 437, Register book of births number 126, Sub District of Tottenham, District of Edmonton, County of Middlesex, England. Registered 20 July 1894.
Military
Number 41070, Stanley Hazlewood. Served in the Coastal Artillery at Dover where the big guns shelled the Germans on the French coast. Later he served in the horse-drawn artillery and the Royal Garrison Artillery and saw action in France and Belgium. He was awarded the 1914 Star, the British War Medal 1914-1919, the Military Medal, and the Victory Medal. His medals are currently held by his son, Frank Hazlewood.
Census
Stanley is stated as nephew of James W. Blake. Stanley was present at this address for this census, and stated as being from Wood Green.
Death
Register book of deaths number 71519 at Onehunga, New Zealand. 2 May 1989.
Note
Stanley bought his release from military service and joined the Post Office Engineering Department, Telephones. He started digging ditches for the underground cables and worked his way up to Chief Inspector of Electrical Services for the Northeast of England. Stanley retired, and after the death of his wife, sold the house in Newcastle Upon Tyne, and emigrated to New Zealand.
MilitaryStanley Hazlewood, letter of thanks from King George VI, for service in the Home Guard. WWII.Stanley Hazlewood, letter of thanks from King George VI, for service in the Home Guard. WWII.
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