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The island of Jersey lost 862 men during the Great War.
The Jersey Roll Of Honour recorded the names of those who lost their lives during the Great War. The Bailiff of Jersey, William Venables Vernon in November 1919, said of the Roll, 'Let others that come after see to it that their names be not forgotten'.
The records have been sourced from Ray Le Pivert
Entries can use abbreviations for first names if you are unable to find your relative on your first search you can try different name variations. For example, if your search is unsuccessful for William try W, T for Thomas and J for James.