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Le Sauvage, C

Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery

Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery

Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Thursday 15 March 1917

Commemorated on family memorial in Almorah Cemetery, Jersey
and on St Helier Parish Church Memorial, Jersey

Family Memorial in Almorah Cemetery, Jersey

Corporal Courtenay Le Sauvage
XIX Corps Field Butchery, Royal Army Service Corps


Son of Albert Philip & Ellen Frances Le Sauvage (nee Le Feuvre) of 8 Royal Crescent. St Helier, Jersey

Died, aged 27 years

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Thursday 15 March 1917

Roll of Honour. We regret to have to chronicle the death of Corporal Courtenay Le Sauvage of the Royal Army Service Corps, which occurred on 6 March of heart trouble at a hospital somewhere in the Balkans. The official intimation was received by Mrs A P Le Sauvage of 8 Royal Crescent, Don Road, mother of the deceased. Corporal Le Sauvage was well known locally having for a number of years been employed as a clerk by Mr T L de Faye of the Market, he was also a prominent member of the Caesarean Football Club and was very highly respected. When war broke out the deceased, who was employed in Reading, joined up. He was a promising NCO and was held in high esteem by his colleagues. His father, Mr A P Le Sauvage, is also doing active service somewhere in France.




Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record



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