Jersey Flag
The Channel Islands and the Great War
Guernsey Flag

Gibaut, A P

Canadian Cemetery No 2

Canadian Cemetery No 2 Neuville St Vaast


Alfred Philip Gibaut


Lieutenant Alfred Philip Gibaut
10th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment)

Son of Francis & Alice Gibaut formerly of La Valette, Gorey, Jersey.

Killed in action, aged 21 years


NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Saturday 14 April 1917

Roll of Honour. We regret to chronicle the death which has taken place in action of 2nd Lieutenant Fred Gibaut of the Canadian Infantry. The deceased gallant officer was a son of Mr Francis Moses Gibaut of Quebec, formerly of La Valette, Gorey, and brother-in-law of Mrs Gibaut (nee Jean) of Canada. He gave up a good position at the outbreak of war and joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Before proceeding to the Front he was for some time an instructor at Aldershot and with his brother Joe, also of the Canadians, arrived here on leave last summer and stayed with Mr & Mrs Jean at Leoville, St Ouens. To the bereaved relatives in Jersey and Canada we tender our sincere sympathy.



Canadian attestation papers

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record