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Hamon, F M

Forceville Communal Cemetery & Extension

Forceville Communal Cemetery & Extension, near Albert.

Son of Pierre Marie and Marie Guillaume Hamon, of 12 Ferme, Mont au Pretre, St. Helier, Jersey.

Killed in action, aged 20 years.

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Saturday 15 June 1918

Roll of Honour. The many friends of Mr & Mrs Pierre Hamon of Durell Farm, Mont au Pretre will regret to hear that they have received official intimation that their third son, Private Frank Marie Hamon of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, was killed in action on 26 May. The deceased gallant soldier was in his 200th year and previous to joining up was employed by his father on the land, he had been at the Front only a very short time. We tender the bereaved parents and family our heartfelt condolences.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record

Frank Marie Hamon

Private Frank Marie Hamon
1st RM Battalion, Royal Marine Light Infantry

Commemorated on St Mary's Parish Memorial
and on St Thomas' Roman Catholic Church Memorial

Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Saturday 15 June 1918

Pictures courtesy of Mike & Rosemarie Thomas