Born in Southwark, Kingdom was educated at St. Olave’s Grammar School and King’s College, Cambridge. He returned to St Olave’s in 1905 as an Assistant Master and remained there until his appointment as Headmaster as the Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester, in 1920, serving in that capacity through to his retirement. He was also active within the Boy Scout movement, chairing the Leicester Scouts’ Executive Committee for many years. He died in Leicester in 1957.
Presidential Address [on the foundations of Western culture in classical Greece], Transactions LLPS vol. 31, pp. 5 – 27.
Main Source: Who’s Who in Leicestershire (Worcester: Baylis, 1935)
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