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Paula Armstrong
of Trent on Peak Archeology, Nottingham University places floral tribute on King's grave, 2010

(courtesy Graham Lawson)

Grave marker for Captain Edward Faunce King at Plot F Row 4Grave 62 in the Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, England

Captain King was severely wounded in action (SWA) and evacuated to a hospital in England.  He subsequently succumbed to his wounds (DOW) on June 11, 1944 and was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart.

After his death, Captain King's remains were initially buried in Brookwood American Cemetery and Memorial, south of the town of Brookwood, Surrey, England.  Brookwood is a small 4.5 acre cemetery with only 468 graves largely dedicated to WW-I dead.

After the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial site was constructed, Captain King was reinterred there joining 3,812 of our military dead in its 30.5 acre site.