The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private W King


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Private William KING, G/30936, 7th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly G/57624, Middlesex Regiment), killed in action, Flanders France, 18th September 1918.  

Born Amwell, Middlesex, son of Charles Ernest & Betsy Jane King.


1911 Census - 11 Normanby Road, Neasden, Willesden, Middlesex - Charles Ernest King, head, age 50, married, poulterer, worker, born Suffolk; Betsy Jane King, wife, age 51, married 24 years, 6 children, 5 still alive, born London; Horrace Alfred King, son, age 21, single, shop assistant, provisions merchants, worker, born London; Constance Dorthy King, daughter, age 20, single, dressmaker, own account, born London; Etha Edith King, daughter, age 18, dressmakers assistant, born London; Ivy Grace King, daughter, age 14, dressmakers apprentice, born London; William King, son, age 12, school, born London. 


Enlisted Cricklewood, Middlesex.  Resided Willesden, Middlesex.   

Buried at Ronssoy Communal Cemetery,  B. 7., France.


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