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Juhel, H J

Picquigny British Cemetery

Picquigny British Cemetery


Son of Francis Amand and Lydia Elizabeth Juhel, of 86, Murray Avenue, Greenfield Park, Quebec. Native of Jersey.

Killed in action, aged 25 years.

Commemorated on St Marks Church Memorial


NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Monday 29 April 1918

Roll of Honour. We regret to state that Sergeant C Juhel, the well known electrician, has received news that his brother, Gunner Henry Juhel of the Canadian Horse Artillery, was killed in action recently on the Western Front. The late Gunner, who left the Island with his parents for Canada many years ago, was 26 and joined up shortly after the outbreak of war. He had been in France for some time and was on leave in the Island a few weeks back. We tender the bereaved our heartfelt sympathy.


Henry John Juhel

Gunner Henry John Juhel
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery

Canadian attestation papers

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record


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