Blackmore Area Local History

First World War Commemoration:
Wallace King

Died in the First World War.
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Wallace King

War Memorial: Place and inscription
High Ongar War Memorial: Bombrd. W. King. RFS
Willingale, St Christopher and St Andrew Churchyard, War Memorial [WFA]

Ongar & District
War Memorial Hospital
Roll of Honour (High Ongar and Willingale)  [ERO A10815]


Royal Field Artillery. "Z" 29th Division Trench Mortar
Battery. Service No. 103263 [CWGC]
Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery [Military Genealogy]

Service Details:
Born Blackmore,
Enlisted Ongar, Essex.  [SDGW]
* No record at Blackmore

Personal and family information:
Son of Walter and Emma King, of 2,
St. George's Cottage, High Ongar, Essex. [CWGC]

1901 Census:
Clatterford End, High Ongar.
Wallace King.  Head.  Married.  [Age] 57.  Farm Worker.  [Born] High Ongar.
Emma King.  Wife.  Married.  [Age] 51.  [Born] High Ongar.
Willie King.  Son.  Single.  [Age] 17.  Gardener.  [Age] High Ongar.
Beatrice King.  Dau.  [Age] 15.  [Born] High Ongar.
Wallace King.  Son.  [Age] 12.  [Born] High Ongar.
Bertie King.  Son.  [Age] 10.  [Born] High Ongar.
plus three others, one visitor and two boarders.

1911 Census:
Denmark Cottages, High Ongar.
Wallace King.  Head.  Married.  [Age] 62. Working Labourer on Farm.  [Born] High Ongar.
Emma King.  Wife.  Married 29 yrs.  [Age] 62.  [Born] High Ongar.
William King.  Son.  [Age] 27.  [Born] High Ongar.
Bertie King.  Son.  [Age] 20.  [Born] High Ongar.
1911: there is a Wallace King in an institution in
Chelsea otherwise Sussex or Yorkshire.

Date of Death:
16th April 1917


Where died:
Killed in action France & Flanders [SDGW]

Place of Burial or Commemoration:
Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras. VA17 [CWGC]

List of Sources:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Essex Record Office, Soldiers who Died in the Great War, Western Front Association

War Memorial

Great War Gallery

Go to top Data produced by the Blackmore War Memorial Research Project Group: Bruno Giordan, Diana Abel, Andrew Smith.
Last Updated: 24 July 2010