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King, The Rev. William Henry

Civilian War Dead

The Rev. William Henry KingDied September 17, 1940

Son of Newton Henry and Alice King of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Served with the United Kingdom.

Received his Licentiate in Sacred Theology in 1937 (The Quad, 1937, n.p.).

A background in printing saw “Bill” become an associate, exchange editor, and editor of The Mitre (The Quad, 1937, n.p.; 1935, p. 47).

Editor-in-Chief of the Year Book Committee in 1937 (The Quad, 1937, n.p.).

Took part in the University’s Political Discussion Group, and had a “short but successful” venture in to the drama department with the play “X=O.” (The Quad, 1937, n.p.).

Burial Information:

S.S. City of Benares, London, United Kingdom


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