Henry KINMAN Olive Aline KINMAN  KINMAN Annie Edith Ester WAUGH Emily Jane GREGORY Mini tree diagram

John Brye KINMAN

18971,2,3 - 19714

Salesman

Life History

1897

Born in Hendon, Middlesex.1,2,3

31st Mar 1901

Recorded in census in Heath and Reach, Bedfordshire (High Street #121).1

2nd Apr 1911

Recorded in census in Spondon, Derbyshire (Borrowash).2

2nd Dec 1915

Occupation Soldier

1925

Occupation Horseman in Banana,Queensland, Australia (Castle Creek)

1925

Occupation Hotel Assistant in Gympie,Queensland, Australia (Railway Hotel)

1932

Married Annie Edith Ester WAUGH in ,Queensland, Australia.6

1935

Birth of daughter KINMAN in Sydney, NSW, Australia

1935

Death of daughter KINMAN in Sydney, NSW, Australia.4

1958

Death of Annie Edith Ester WAUGH in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia.4,5

1958

Occupation Salesman in Villawood, NSW, Australia (Fairfield Crescent #33)

1971

Died in Paramatta, New South Wales, Australia.4

aged 75, died at Greystanes

Notes

  • John Brye Kinman of Gwenholme, Fermary Road, Thorpe Bay, Essex, joined the Army on the 2nd Dec 1915.

    He was in the 15th London battalion.

    When he joined up he gave his age as being 19. He was 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 110 pounds. His physical development was described as "Fair".

    His next of kin was his father, Harry Kinman, of the same address.

    He was discharged after serving for 2 years and 171 days in May 1918.

    He received the Vicyory medal and the British War medal and a Silver War badge.

    His wound (not detailed) led to him suffering from neurasthenia for which he recieved a pension, initially 27s 6d for 4 weeks and then 11 shilling per week which was to be reviewed after 22 weeks.


  • John B. Kinman served as a private in the London Regiment in World War I. He is commemorated on a World War I shrine at St. Augustine‚Äôs Church, Thorpe Bay, Essex.

    [Marion Hall]

Sources

Page created using GEDmill 1.11.0