World War 1
Twenty one people with the surname of Heenan lost their lives during World War 1. Two were from New Zealand, seven from Ireland, and two from Scotland. The remaining 4 were from England. Most of these men were killed in action in Belgium and France and are commemorated in those countries. For a list of the soldiers, click on this link.
Canada was quick to respond to the need for troops to supplement those recruited throughout the United Kingdom. Fourteen men from Canada served in infantry and engineering regiments as well as the Canadian veterinary service. For a list of those soldiers, visit this page.
World War 2
Fifteen people with the surname of Heenan were killed on active service in World War 2. For a list of these soldiers click here.
For a list of soldiers killed or wounded in the Boer War, follow this link.