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Name: WILSON, Cecil Frederick Charles Hubert 'Willie' 'Cheese'

Birth Date: 1897 Haverfordwest, bapt. 2 Nov

Death Date: 19 May 1956 Nairobi ?murdered

First Date: 1925

Last Date: 1956

Profession: Farmer

Area: Nyeri, 1930 Ngobit, Kitale, Kakamega 1934

Married: Joan Gwyneth b. 1902 Ashford, d. 14 Apr 1963 London (dau of Claude Vernon Wilson)

Children: Pamela June (4 June 1929 Nyeri)

Book Reference: Red 25, Red 31, Hut, Baptism, EA & Rhodesia, Barnes, SS, Web

War Service: RFC and RAF in WW1

General Information:

East Africa & Rhodesia - 7/6/56 - Mr C.F.C. Wilson, who had farmed in Kenya for 35 years, has died in the Colony at the age of 59. He served in the Royal Flying Corps in the 1914-18 war.
Barnes - Nairobi City Park Cemetery - Cecil Frederick Charles Wilson, died 19 May 1956 aged 59
Barnes Langata Cemetery, Nairobi Last Name: WILSON Given Name: Joan Gwyneth Birth: 1902 Death: 14 Apr 1963, Place of Death: Univ College Hosp, London AGED: Inscriptions:their daughter / Joan Gwyneth / Wilson / 1902 - 1963 [her parents are buried in the next grave]
Soldier Settlement Scheme after WW1 - Class B - Lieut. C.F.C. Wilson, 36 High Street, Haverfordwest - Farm 1010
Soldier Settlement Scheme after WW1 - Class B - Miss B.M.D. Wilson, 36 High Street, Haverfordwest - Farm 1006
Web - Cecil Frederick Charles Wilson was promoted to temporary Second Lieutenant (on probation) on 9 September 1917 and joined 84 Squadron in April 1918. His final victory was over a Fokker D.VII from which the pilot successfully bailed out.
Hut - murder. Was at Maison Fromage (Mweiga), moved to Chateau F.   Ex KAR. Farmer
Gazette - 5/8/1925 - Voters Register - Kenya Province - Cecil Frederick Charles Wilson, Soldier Settler, PO Nyeri and Joan Wilson, Married woman PO Nyeri
Gazette 3 July 1956 probate
Agnes Shaw: His shop was a tiny frame building perched on Stilts known as Maison Fromage; it was a popular meeting place for the settlers where over a beer or ice-cream they swapped tales of their most recent farming failures, or more rarely, successes.

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