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Henry William Moncrieff Stewart

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Henry William Moncrieff Stewart
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Japan '9005' in Middlesex Regiment
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Service number: Cdg. 1st Bn.
Rank: 21/10/1942
Unit/ship/squadron: Lieutenant Colonel
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Henry William Moncrieff Stewart died in . He was buried in Japan '9005', Middlesex Regiment. We have no information about Henry's surviving family.

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