Frederick William Kingdon
The name Frederick William Kingdon is the first name on the monument.
The monument is in Town UnCon F cemetery, Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Frederick William Kingdon was buried in the grave in 1955. The actual date of death is not currently recorded on the GPR database but it may be on the grave monument photograph.
Frederick William Kingdon age is given as 58.
Frederick William Kingdon calculated year of birth is 1897.
There are 428 other graves within this cemetery that are listed within the GPR database.
Frederick William Kingdon is listed as the first name on monument on the grave monument.
Frederick William Kingdon has the record number within the GPR person name database table.
There is one image available for the monument listing Frederick William Kingdon (see below).
The follow note is stored against Frederick William Kingdon record:
Kingdon, Frederick: #23742, Private, 13th Works Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, WW1; Notes: I can find no Military Records for this soldier probably because the unit he served with was only formed in Saltash in June 1916, moved to Plymouth & in April 1917 became the 3rd Labour Battalion, staying in England for the duration of the War. His details appear on the 1919 Absent Voters List for Barnstaple Division, Parish of Heanton Punchardon, North Devon, but all research of this area & his address in Wrafton, near Braunton, Devon, has failed to identify him for the time being? This could be Frederick William Kingdon born in Barnstaple in 1897? If I am correct, this is probably Frederick William Kingdon, the son of Charles Walter Kingdon, a Coal Porter & Mason, b.1861 in South Molton, Devon (illegitimate son of Eliza Kingdon from Knowstone who eventually married James Richards a Blacksmith from Pilton) & Mary Jane ?? from Barnstaple who married in 1887 in Barnstaple; In the 1901 Census Frederick Kingdon lived with his parents in #3, Allenís Court, Litchdon Street, Barnstaple; There is a Frederick Kingdon aged 13, boarding with his brother Charles Kingdon aged 20, with a middle aged widow in Allenís Court, Litchdon Street, Barnstaple, he is a Scholar; I believe that Frederick William Kingdon Married Edith May Wakley, b.10.05.1900, in Barnstaple, Dvon in 1928; Frederick William Kingdon died in 1955, aged 58 & is buried alongside his wife Edith in the Town UnCon F Cemetery, Barnstaple, North Devon; There is no medals card on file; (Probably the Brother of Kingdon, Charles: Royal Field Artillery No: 151312 Rank: Gunner 1914-1920 WO 372/11, WW1); firstname.lastname@example.org