The name E Kingdon is not the first name listed on the monument.
The monument is in Ford Park (part 1) cemetery, Plymouth, Devon, England.
No date of death is recorded against E Kingdon entry on the monument.
There are 124 other graves within this cemetery that are listed within the GPR database.
E Kingdon is listed as the relationship not given of James Bawden on the grave monument.
E Kingdon has the record number within the GPR person name database table.
The record was added to the GPR on 18 May 2013
There is one image available for the monument listing E Kingdon (see below).
The follow note is stored against E Kingdon record:
This is the 1st born child of Kingdon, Edwin Peter Pengelley: Royal Navy Volunteer #27890A & Royal Navy #63488; ADM 139/679 & ADM 188/44; Notes: Edwin Kingdon volunteered for Royal Naval Continuous Service on 16.12.1863; This is Edwin Peter Pengelley Kingdon born 10.12.1849 in Stoke Damerel, the son of William Kingdon, a Royal Navy Carpenter & Warrant Officer, b.1803 in Stoke Damerel & Elizabeth Pengelley b.1810 in Devonport who married on 02.06.1830 in Stoke Damerel; In1851 Census Edwin Peter Kingdon lived with his Mother in Stoke Damerel, his Father was at sea; In 1861 he lived with his parents in Stoke Damerel; In 1871 Census Edwin Peter Kingdon was an Able Seaman in the Royal Navy but living at home with his parents in Stoke Damerel; (I did find a Census record for an Able Seaman ‘E. P’. Kingdon serving on ‘HMS Cambridge’, anchored in Tamar on the night of the 1871 Census, which may be him as this indicates a list of sailors who were ashore?); Edwin Peter Pengelley Kingdon Married Mary Ellen Coad b.1851 in Stoke Damerel in 1875 in Stoke Damerel; In 1881, 1891 & 1901 Censuses Edwin & Mary Kingdon live in Minster in Sheppey, Sheerness, Kent & Edwin is a Rigger in HM Dockyard; Edwin Peter Pengelley Kingdon Died in 1908 in Sheppey, Kent Aged 58; (He was the Father of Kingdom, Albert Edwin: Royal Garrison Artillery No: 213501 Rank: Gunner who served in WW1); (He was the Son of Kingdon, William: Royal Navy, Warrant Officer, Carpenter, #411 & #415); (Probably related to Kingdom, Henry Lockyer: Chief Petty Officer, Royal Navy #114720; ADM 188/144/220; & also Thomas Sidney Cornish Kingdom #121062 Royal Navy); The Bawden family on this gravestone are the Uncle & Aunt of Edwin's wife, Mary Ellen Coad. firstname.lastname@example.org