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Le Feuvre, G P

Sailly-au-Bois Military Cemetery

Sailly-au-Bois Military Cemetery

Elder son of Philip John & Mary Le Feuvre of 19 Gloucester Street, St Helier, Jersey. Husband of Mary Louise Le Feuvre, of 8, Gascoigne Terrace, Swaythling, Southampton. One of two brothers who both fell.

Killed in action, aged 40 years.

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Saturday 3 February 1917

Roll of Honour. Another gallant Jerseyman who has made the supreme sacrifice is George Philip Le Feuvre. The deceased was the elder son of the late Mr Philip Le Feuvre, who was connected with the Bath Street Foundry, and for a time was a printer on the staff of the now defunct Jersey Times and the Guernsey Evening Press. He later resided in England and enlisted shortly after the outbreak of hostilities. He had been in France for some time and was killed in action on 21 January. To the widow, who resides in Southampton, and the other relatives and friends we offer our sincere condolences.



George Philip Le Feuvre

Private George Philip Le Feuvre
6th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record


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