The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F H Kilburn


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Private Frederick Herbert KILBURN, 202008, 8th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds, Flanders France, 24th October 1918.  

Born West Ham, Essex, son of Walter & Helen Elizabeth Kilburn.

30th June 1893, St Luke, Victoria Docks, Essex, baptism of Frederick Herbert Kilburn, son of Walter & Ellen Kilburn.


1911 Census - 20 Belgrave Road, Plaistow, West Ham, London E - Walter Kilburn, head, age 54, married, electrician, Sugar Factory, worker, born Woodham Ferrers, Essex; Edith Kilburn, wife, age 43, married 5 years, no children, born Chadwell Heath, Essex; Alfred Albert Chalkley, stepson, age 20, clerk, Sugar Factory, worker, born Plaistow, Essex; William John Chalkley, stepson, age 18, clerk, Engineers & Trawlers?, worker, born Plaistow, Essex; Frederick Herbert Kilburn, son, age 17, single, book binders porter, Account Book Binder, worker, Custom House, West Ham, Essex; Walter Chalkley, stepson, age 15, single, book binders helper, General Book Binder, worker, born West Ham, Essex; Hilda Emily Chalkley, step daughter, age 12, school, born West Ham, Essex.


1916 October, Edmonton, Essex, married Edith Collison.

Child - Frederick William Kilburn, born 8th August 1917, Middlesex.

Enlisted Tottenham, Middlesex.  Resided Upper Edmonton, London.

Buried at Etretat Churchyard Extension, II. H. 13., France.


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