HC Deb 27 February 1922 vol 151 cc53-4W
Lieut.-Colonel HURST

asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office whether he is aware that the credits due to Private H. Johnstone, No. 3,066, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, of 4, Mahogany Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, who left Bombay on 7th April, 1919, and was discharged at Heaton Park on 1st May, 1919, are still unpaid, notwithstanding numerous applications to the Secretary (Accounts), War Office (registered No. 27,986/Accounts/Comps.); and if he will expedite payment?


Mr. Johnstone was informed on 12th October, 1920, that demobilisation benefits amounting to £9 17s. 2d. had been paid and that nothing further was due to him. His account on transfer from India showed a debit balance of £6 17s. 4d. Of this amount £4 17s. 4d. is still due from him. His war gratuity of £27 has been paid.