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WWI Graves in Kingston-Frontenac

The table below was compiled by searching the Commonwealth War Graves database for references to Kingston and Frontenac County cemeteries, with results limited to WWI casualties and/or those who were buried between 1914 and 1921. Comments, corrections and additions are welcome..

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WWI Gravestones in Kingston

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Name Rank Military ID Military Unit Died Age Cemetery
Van Duyse, Peter Lance Corporal 113607 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion Friday, February 18, 1921 47 Buried In St. Mary's Cemetery: Soldiers. Plot 4.
Wainwright, Wilfred Private 454848 Canadian Infantry Sunday, January 30, 1916 Buried In Cataraqui Cemetery:mil. Range 3. Sec. G. 6.
Watson, David Sergeant 301753 Canadian Field Artillery Friday, December 7, 1917 Buried In Cataraqui Cemetery:mil. Range 3. Sec. G. 13.
Watts, John Leslie Private 536174 Canadian Army Medical Corps Tuesday, August 24, 1920 32 Harrowsmith Cemetery
Whalan, John W. Private 454613 Canadian Infantry Sunday, February 20, 1921 37 Buried In St. Mary's Cemetery: Soldiers. Plan 4.
Williams, Kenneth Fenwick Alexis Captain Canadian Army Service Corps Sunday, August 4, 1918 31 Buried In St. Mary's Cemetery: Plan 2. Sec. 2. Row Q.
Wood, James Herbert Private 787628 Canadian Infantry Thursday, January 20, 1921 Buried In Cataraqui Cemetery:range 2. Sec. G. 45.