George Frederick KINGMAN George Francis Thomas KINGMAN Herbert C Kilner KINGMAN Charles Henry KINGMAN Winifred SUTTON Frederick John Charles KINGMAN Herbert Victor Charles KINGMAN Albert Edward KINGMAN Charles Robert KINGMAN Thomas James Alexander KINGMAN Ada A M KINGMAN Arthur W KINGMAN Alexander John KINGMAN Ada Maud Alice BROWN Mini tree diagram

George Francis Thomas KINGMAN

18961 - 17th Dec 19493

Life History


Born in St Olave, Surrey.1

2nd Aug 1896

Baptised in Bermondsey, Surrey (St Mary Magdalene).2

s/o George Frederick and Ada


Resident in 49 The Grange, Bermondsey.1

8th Nov 1913

Immigrated to ,Western Australia, Australia (SS Zealandic)

7th Oct 1917

St Mary Magdalene

7th Oct 1917

Married Winifred SUTTON in Bermondsey, Surrey.4

George Francis Kingman, a bachelor aged 22, a Soldier, s/o George Frederick Kingman, a Transport Worker; married Winifred Sutton, aged 21, a spinster, d/o Herbert Kilner Sutton, a Mechanic. Both gave their address as 70 Bermondsey Street.

20th Oct 1919

Birth of son George Francis Thomas KINGMAN in Perth, Western Australia, Australia


Birth of son Herbert C Kilner KINGMAN in St Olave, Surrey


Resident in Bermondsey, Surrey (Pages Walk, Guiness Buildings #452).3

17th Dec 1949

Died in Bermondsey, Surrey (Guys Hospital).3

3rd Jan 1950

Admon in ,London.3

KINGMAN George Francis Thomas of 452 Guinness-buildings Pages Walk Bermondsey London S.E.I died 17 December 1949   at   Guys   Hospital   London   S.E.I
Administration London 3 January to Winnie Kingman widow.
Effects ?413 4s. 2d.

Other facts


Birth of child Charles Henry KINGMAN


  • George Kingman, Private 888 in the 28th Battalion, Driver, from Perth, enlisted 15 Mar 1915. His father is given as George Kingman of Lord Street, East Perth, Western Australia. His age is given as 19.

    He embarked from Freemantle on the 29th June 1915 on the ship HMAT Ascanius.

    He was wounded during the war in Europe and returned to England for treatment.

    He returned to Australia on the 21 June 1919, having married Winnie Sutton while recoverring in England.

    Winnie was not happy in Australia with the heat and insects, and they returned to England in the early 1920s.


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