Heywood, Charles

Heywood, Charles

(1839–1915) marine officer; born in Waterville, Maine. Appointed colonel commandant in 1891, he improved Marine Corps administration and oversaw an expansion in which the service quadrupled in size—to 7,800 officers and men.
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BRENTFORD: Brown; O'Connor, Heywood, Charles, Osborne; Starosta, Smith (Poole 80), Ide (Shakes 61), Dickson; Thorpe, Connell (Sinclair 88).