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Private P J King


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Private Phillip John KING, G/24620, 11th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 4th February 1917.

Born Saltburn, Yorkshire, son of Charles & Amy Sopha King.


1911 Census - 3 Cambridge Street, Gloucester - Charles King, head, age 46, married, GPO Postman, worker, born Llandinabo, Herefordshire; Amy Sopha King, wife, age 30, married 9 years, 8 children, 6 still alive, born Brampton Abbots, Herefordshire; Phillip John King, son, age 18, single, apprentice moulder, iron foundry, worker, born Saltburn, Yorkshire; Emily Maud King, daughter, age 10, school, born Wells, Norfolk; Harry Godfrey King, son, age 6, born Kington, Herefordshire.

Entry crossed through, marked as error - Leonard William King, son, age 16, single, milk carrier, dairyman, worker, born Saltburn, Yorkshire.


1913 December Quarter, Gloucester Registration District, Phillip John King married Florence L Overthrow.

Resided Norton, Gloucester.

Widow, Florence Louisa King; Children - Charles Walter King, born 17th December 1913; Leonard William King, born 11th January 1916.

1919 September, Gloucester Registration District, Florence Louisa King married Alfred R Stallard.

Buried at Chester Farm Cemetery, II. G. 6., Belgium.


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