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Boullier, J C A

Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel

Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel

Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Tuesday 15 October 1918

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Tuesday 15 October 1918

Roll of Honour. After serving some 4 years with the Egyptian and Palestine Forces Gunner John Charles Alfred Boullier of the Royal Field Artillery, youngest son of Mrs Boullier of 5 The Parade, was unfortunately killed in action on 15 September. The deceased soldier, who was 28, joined the Royal Artillery in October 1912 and has thus been six years with the Colours. He was a smart and efficient soldier and very popular with his comrades. We tender the mother and other members of the family our sincere sympathy.


Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record


John Charles Albert Boullier

Gunner John Charles Albert Boullier
B Battery 301st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery

1914-15 Star


Youngest son of the late Mr Boullier & Mrs Annie Mary Boullier of 5 Royal Parade, St Helier, Jersey.

Killed in action, aged 28 years

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