The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Lieut. Clarence Edward Kinton

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - C.E. Kinton

GvR Memorial Cross Lieut. Clarence Edward Kinton

Lieut. Clarence Edward Kinton
(Source: LAC/PA-007426)


Lieut. Kinton is buried in the Sin-Le-Noble Communal Cemetery; Nord, France.

Canadian Virtual War Memorial:  C.E. Kinton

Flight (RFC/RAF Magazine), 26 September 1918

"The following are granted temp, commns. as Sec. Lieuts. (Obs. Officers):- C. E. Kinton (Lieut., Nova Scotia R., C.E.F.), and to be Hon. Lieut.

Guestbook entry at (Source)

26-07-2007 - My great-uncle was Clarence Edward Kinton who is buried in Sin-Le-Noble. He was born in Huntsville, Ontario on July 7, 1892, the son of Mackie and Mary Kinton and was shot down over Douai. He was originally buried as an unknown airman but his brother T. L. Derwent Kinton (my grandfather), who was serving in the Canadian army, was able to identify him some time later. My father who was named for him, was killed with the RCAF in the Second War (26 Nov 1944) and is buried in Harrogate, England. - David Clare Kinton

Date of Birth - 7 Jul 1892

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