Soldiers killed during the First and Second World Wars
A group of Kingsmen disembarking a train in India in the 1930s
For grave location and information on unit, and date of death, contact:
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
2 Marlow Road
Telephone 01628 34221, ask for Register enquiries
A searchable database is available on the Commission's website.
The publication 'Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19 Part 13 The King's (Liverpool Regiment)', (HMSO 1920), lists men by battalion, including name, place of birth, enlistment & residence, number and rank with nature, date and theatre of death.
A roll of soldiers who died during the Second World War is available in 'The Story of the King's Regiment 1914 - 1948', by Lt Col J J Burke-Gaffney (Liverpool 1954).