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Aubert, A J

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Eldest son of Mr & Mrs P J Aubert of 12 Commercial Street, St Helier, Jersey
Husband of Mabel Aubert.

Killed in action, aged 23 years


Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record


Adolphus James Aubert

Private Adolphus James Aubert
8th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment

1914-15 Star


NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Thursday 24 May 1917

Roll of Honour. The many friends of Corporal Adolphus James (Jim) Aubert of the Kings Own Regiment will regret to hear that he has been killed in action somewhere in France. This gallant Jerseyman enlisted in the Kings Own when the 2nd Battalion was stationed here some 8 years ago. He was stationed in India when war broke out and returning to Europe had been sent four times to the various scenes of warfare. He was last in the Island about a year ago when he came from the Dardanelles, where he had contracted enteric. He had been stationed in Plymouth for about 10 months and married a young lady from that town last December. He returned to France only 2 months ago. The late Corporal was 23. To the widow and parents here we offer our sincere sympathy.