Name of Researcher / Enw’r ymchwylydd: Eifion & Viv Williams
Name of Memorial / Enw’r gofeb: Mold
Name / Enw: Walker William Ernest
Regiment/Catrawd: 14th Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Service Rank and Number / Rheng gwasanaeth a rhif: Private 89419
Military Cemetery/Memorial / Fynwent milwrol: Montay- Neuvilly Road Cemetery Montay
Ref No Grave or Memorial / Rhif cyfeirnod bedd: II.D 20
Country of Cemetery or Memorial / Gwlad y fynwent neu gofeb: France
Medals Awarded / Medalau a ddyfarnwyd: Victory and British War medals
Date and Circumstances of Death / Dyddiad ac amgylchiadau marwolaeth:
Died aged 21 5th November 1918
n the 1901 census he was 14 years old and was living at 12 Health street, Shotton. He had been born in Sandycroft. The head of the household was his Aunt Fanny Price who was a 35 year old widow born in Staffordshire. She had two young children Thomas George Price who was 2 and Mary Edith Price who was 6 months. Both of these children were born in Mold.
Living with her was her 77 year old father William Walker who came from Shropshire and her brother Samuel Ernest Walker a 28 year old shoemaker from Sandycroft.
There were three lodgers or boarders. Two of them were from Belfast and they were vulcanite manufacturers and the third was a galvaniser from London.
On William Ernest’s Commonwealth War Grave Certificate it states that he was the
‘Son of Fanny Price of 17 Garden Place, Mold.’
William is also named on the Hawarden Memorial. Follow the link