3rd Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers; attached to the 3rd King's African Rifles
Guy was the son of the Reverend Canon Healy, the Archdeacon of Meath. He entered Campbell in 1898 then progressed on to continue his education at Lycée Carnot in Paris.
Prior to his military career, Guy was employed as a Ranger at Government Game Reserve, Transvaal, South Africa. In 1900 he was gazetted Lieutenant in Limerick Garrison Artillery, joining the North of Ireland Yeomanry and serving in this during the Boer War.
He was married in 1914 to Kathleen Hill (Healy) at Cape Town on the 26th February 1914, having one son, John Rambant Healy (16th August 1915).
Guy joined the King's East African Reserve in the Great War, and was attached to the Royal Munster Fusiliers. It was while serving with the 3rd Battalion of the regiment he was killed in action at Lateema Hill, East Africa, attached to the King's African Rifles, on the 11th March 1916. Guy is buried at Taveta Military Cemetery.
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