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Bonny, P F

St Andre Communal Cemetery

St Andre Communal Cemetery, France, Nord

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Tuesday 10 December 1918

Roll of Honour. Yet another of the few remaining gallant lads of the original Jersey Company Royal Irish Rifles has made the supreme sacrifice and by an irony of fate this took place on 27 November at a Casualty Clearing Station in France, some time after the signing of the Armistice. The hero is Pioneer Peter F Bonny, who was transferred from the Royal Irish Rifles to the Royal Engineers. He was in his 24th year and was the only son of Mr & Mrs Bonny who reside in St Marys, to whom, with the fiancee and other relatives we tender our sincere condolences.


Pierre François Bonny

Sapper Pierre François Bonny
4th Field Survey Company, Royal Engineers

1914-15 Star

Family Memorial at St Peter (St Mathew) Roman Catholic Churchyard, Jersey


Son of Mr. P. F. Bonny, near La Foret, St. Mary's, Jersey.

Died, aged 23 years


Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Tuesday 10 December 1918

Commemorated on St Mary's Parish Memorial. Jersey



Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record