Private Robert Lyndon Jenings

Robert Lyndon Jenings (known to all his friends as Lyndon) was a farmer from Trenton, Ontario. He enlisted with the CEF in Trenton on May 14th, 1918.

Serving with the 3rd Battalion, Lyndon was in combat for the final two months of the war. After the Armistice he was assigned to the army occupying Bonn, Germany.

Lyndon died on January 12th, 1919, while on active service as a result of influenza. He is buried at Brussels town cemetery in Belgium.

This account was provided by Robert Lyndon Jenings' grand-niece, Erin-Beth Hogle, and her husband Lance Hogle.

 
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