King, Wallace A.
Age: 26, credited to Woodstock, VT
Unit(s): 7th SQDRN RI CAV
Service: Dartmouth CAV, aka Co. B, 7th Squadron, RI CAV [College: NU 57]
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Birth: 02/03/1837, Woodstock, VT
Burial: Woodland Cemetery, Keene, NH
Marker/Plot: Section 13 Lot 462
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Heidi McColgan
Findagrave Memorial #: 18252938
Alias?: None noted
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Woodland Cemetery, Keene, NH
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Wallace A. King
The Vermont Journal, December 26, 1919
Wallace A. King, who on December 19, died at his home at 31 Lee street, Cambridge, Mass., at the age of 82 years, had been ill for several years and his death was not wholly unexpected. He was born in Windsor, the son of Albert King, who in his day was widely noted as a musician and clarinet player. The family moved to North Woodstock and afterward to Keene, N.H., and in this last – named place a large part of Wallace King's life was spent. He became an artist and followed that profession for a long time. He moved to Cambridge 23 years ago and had made his home there ever since. In Civil War days he was in service with a Vermont regiment of Cavalry (sic). He belonged to the Grand Army of the Republic and to the Masonic fraternity.
Contributed by Cathy Hoyt.
Webmaster's note: Wallace was in the Dartmouth or 7th Rhode Island Cavalry.