The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F H Chenery


Private Frederick Herbert CHENERY, G/30880, "C" Company, 7th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly G/57565, Middlesex Regiment),  killed in action, Flanders France, 23rd August 1918, age 19.

9th April 1899, born Paddington, Middlesex, son of Joseph and Martha Chenery, of 29, Caxton Road, Shepherd's Bush, London.

16th July 1899, St Michael & All Angels, Paddington, baptism of Frederick Herbert Chenery, son of Joseph, (cab man), and Martha Chenery, 11? York Row.

1911 Census -29 Southwick Street, Paddington - Joseph Chenery, head, age 43, married, motor washer, born Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk; Martha Chenery, wife, age 50, married 22 years, 8 children 5 still alive, born Paddington, Middlesex; Alice Annie Chenery, daughter, age 21, single, mothers help, born Paddington, Middlesex; Arthur George Chenery, son, age 17, single, butchers assistant, born Paddington, Middlesex; Ernest Edward Chenery, son, age 13, school, born Paddington, Middlesex; Frederick Herbert Chenery, son, age 11, school, born Paddington, Middlesex; Francis Forbes Downer?, boarder, age 29, single, indoor servant, to gentleman, born Hull, Yorkshire; James Beal, boarder, age 56, married, Hackney Carriage Driver, born Chelsea, London; William Spenlove?, boarder, age 38, single, odd man, born Needham, Norfolk. 

Enlisted West London.  Resided Hammersmith, W. 

Buried at  Ovillers Military Cemetery, XVI. J. 8., Somme, France.

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