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Kilminster, C.H., B.S.M., 1919
In South Ealing Cemetery is the Commonwealth War Grave of 87176 Battery Serjeant Major C.H. Kilminster, serving with the Royal Field Artillery who died 27/11/1919.

Rev. David Youngson has submitted the following:
87176 Battery Sgt Major Charles Henry Kilminster
Royal Field Artillery
An N.S.P.C.C. Inspector residing at 98 John Heywood Street, Clayton, Lancashire, he was Initiated into Ashbury Lodge No 1459 West Gorton Manchester, Province of Lancashire East on the 18th September 1902; Passed 16th October 1902 and was Raised on the 18th December 1902 resigning in September 1905. He was a Joining Member of Walker Lodge No 1342 Newcastle upon Tyne, Province of Northumberland (address 141 Strathmore Crescent) on the 11th April 1906 resigning on the 21st February 1911; Fitzalan Lodge No 1432 Oswestry, Province of Shropshire in September 1912. He enlisted on the 25th August 1914. He was discharged as unfit for duty on the 18th February 1917 and was a recipient of the Silver War Badge, No 31414 issued on the 22nd February 1917. He died on the 27th November 1919 aged 46. He is buried in South Ealing Cemetery, London, Grave Reference H.M.21

The CWGC entry for Battery Serjeant Major Kilminster

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