Language selection


Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Arthur Kynaston Bridger

In memory of:

Second Lieutenant Arthur Kynaston Bridger

July 19, 1917

Military Service






York and Lancaster Regiment


4th Battalion

Additional Information

Son of Herbert Kynaston and Edith Eyre Bridger, of Wilton Grove, London, Ontario. Educated at Grammar School, Guildford, England. Enlisted on outbreak of war and served with the 8th Bn. 1st Canadian Overseas contingent.

Commemorated on Page 575 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information



Grave Reference:



Nieuport (now Nieuwpoort) is a town in the Province of West Flanders on the south-west side of the River Yser, 3 kilometres from the sea. The Nieuport Memorial is on a site where the road to Lombardsijde joins the road from Nieuport dock. It commemorates over 500 British officers and men who fell in operations of 1914 and 1917 on the Belgian coast and whose graves are not known. The Memorial takes the form of a pylon of Euville stone, 8 metres high, surrounded by a bronze band on which are cast the names of the casualties commemorated. It stands on a triangular paved platform, and at each corner of the triangle is the recumbent figure of a lion facing outwards.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

Do you have photographs or personal memorabilia relating to Arthur Kynaston Bridger that you want included in our digital collection?

Send us your images

Learn more about the Canadian Virtual Memorial

To learn more please visit our help page. If you have questions or comments regarding the information contained in this registry, email or call us.

Date modified: