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Current record for: John William Walker
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Name John William Walker
Born in Islington - Middlesex
Resident of King's Cross - Middlesex
Died 11/09/1918
Age 19

Cause of Death Died of wounds

Cemetery or memorial ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Grave or panel reference T4 16258

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World War 1

Military Information Military Information

Rank Drummer
Service Number 628002
Unit 19th (County of London) Battalion (St. Pancras)
Regiment London Regiment
Service Army
Enlisted in Chenies St.
Memorial(s) Memorial(s) link(s)

Islington Cemetery War Memorial