The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Lance Corporal G F Kemmence


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Lance Corporal George Frederick KEMMENOE, G/8207, "A" Company, 10th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 1st July 1916, age 23.  

Born Gillingham, Kent, son of the late William James and Sarah Emma Kemmenoe, of Gillingham, Kent.


1911 Census - 33 Arden Street, Gillingham, Kent - W J (William James) Kemmeneo, head, age 68, married, Naval Pensioner, born London; S E (Sarah Emma)Kemmeneo, wife, age 63, married 39 years, 7 children, 6 still alive, born Wapping, London; C V Kemmeneo, son, age 22, single, journeyman butcher, born Gillingham, Kent; G F (George Frederick) Kemmeneo, son, age 19, single, journeyman butcher, born Gillingham, Kent; E A Bellringer, sister, age 65, single, needle woman, own account, at home, born Wapping, London; B M Bellringer, niece, age 26, single, needle woman, own account, at home, born Gillingham, Kent; G A Toulins, boarder, age 59, single, barrack cleaner, Royal Naval Base Chatham, born not known, London.


Enlisted Chatham, Kent. 

Buried at Tancrez Farm Cemetery, I. H. 30., Belgium.

NOTE: Regimental History & Soldiers Died in the Great War show rank as Lance Corporal and lastname as KEMMENCE; CWGC web site show rank as Corporal and lastname as KEMMONOE.


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