The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F E Ingram


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Private Frederick Ellis INGRAM, G/28771,  7th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France,  8th August 1918, age 19.

Born Bromley, Kent, son of Mary Ingram, of the Almshouses, Plaxtol, Sevenoaks.

Enlisted Maidstone Kent.

Next of Kin, (Aunt), Mary Margaret Ingram.

Buried at Dive Copse British Cemetery,  III. G. 3, Somme, France and commemorated at Platt Memorial Village Hall, Platt, Kent.


Information provided by Tony Grant of the  Snodland Historical Society


London Gazette 29th July 1919.

SOLDIERS' AND AIRMAN'S BALANCES UNDISPOSED OF.

In pursuance of "The Regimental Debts Act, 1893," notice is hereby given that there is available for distribution amongst the Next of Kin or others entitled the sum of money set opposite to the name of each of the deceased Officers, Soldiers and Airmen named in the lists which are published with this notice in the London Gazette and the " Army List," and are also to be seen at the Regimental Depots throughout the United Kingdom.

Applications from persons supposing themselves entitled as Next of Kin should be addressed by letter to '•' The Secretary, War Office, Park Buildings, St. James's Park, London, S.W.," and marked outside " Effects."

R. H. BRADE. War Office, July 29, 1919.

List CCCCCXXV of the names of deceased Officers, Soldiers and Airmen whose Personal Estate is held for distribution amongst the Next-of-Kin or others entitled.—Effects 1918-1919.

Ingram, F E., Private, Royal West Kent Regiment  £4     19s     3d


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