I must thank Beater from British Blades and the kind folks over at Great war forum for the following information.
Pte James Wallington 33866 of the 9th Bat Welsh Reg joined his unit on the 2nd Dec 1915, He fought at Albert,High Wood,Pozieres Ridge,Ancre Heights and Ancre during the Somme campaign as part of 58 Brigade of 19 Division.
He Died on the 2nd Dec 1916 exactly a year after arriving in Flanders, As yet I don't know how he died but it would have been from an illness or accident. He and his unit were out of the line and training at the time of his death. He is Buried at Heuzecourt Churchyard in Flanders France this is some miles behind the front line in the Somme region.
Just before his arrival his unit were involved in in a diversionary attack at Pietre for Loos Sept 1915,fought with the Indian Corps. Only a short association as the Indians moved off out of France some time after,so he might have been the beneficiary of a local souvenir deal.
I have applied for a copy of his Death cert to see how he in fact die.
He had a brother Robert Wallington and I have found a R Wallington in the same Reg and he left a wife and 4 kids.
I have now got his memorial plaque or Dead man's Penny and I have just got a period wood frame for it so it can hang next to his kukri.
I think I have got about as much as it is possible to find out about James and am happy to have done so.
This has been a very moving experience researching this gent who made the ultimate sacrifice, many thanks to everyone who has helped me.
These two pieces will will hang together once again in honour of one of the many many young lives lost in the Great war.