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World War Two Roll of Honour - Q


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Historian Ian Ronayne has produced this listing of Jersey men and women, residents and those with strong connections to the island who lost their lives in conflict in the Second World War. It enlarges on the official Roll of Honour produced by a States Committee in 1982, including a significant number of new names.

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Index to Roll of Honour - Q

Name Rank Unit Date of death Status
Quenault, Gordon John Francis [1] Private Hampshire Regiment 10 August 1942 Confirmed
Queree, Wilfred Beaugie [2] Lance Sergeant Royal Artillery 19 February 1944 Confirmed
Queree, Clifford Bond [3] Civilian 1 May 1945 Confirmed
Queree, William Philip [4] Lance Sergeant Hampshire Regiment 29 July 1944 Confirmed
Queripel, Charles Harold [5] Bombardier Royal Artillery 1 October 1943 Confirmed
Quertier, Albert George [6] Gunner Royal Artillery 14 February 1942 Confirmed
Quillerou, Marcel Marie Joseph [7] 31e Dragons 18 June 1940 Confirmed
ASSOCIATED CASUALTY LIST
Quirici, Dominique Occupation Workforce 20 June 1943

Notes and references

Please note that some entries, for persons who have not been clearly identified and for whom no local connection has been established, have been omitted, but will be added to the list if more information becomes available. This includes some names which are included in the official 1982 Roll of Honour, with no supporting information

  1. The fourth son of John George and Marie Quenault, of 8 Sand Street, St Helier, who evacuated before the Occupation and were living at Portswood, Southampton. His aunt, A Quenault, lived at Chelsea House Gloucester Street. Educated at New Street School and employed before the war as a carpenter at Boniface and Son, St Aubin. Accidentially killed at the age of 29 while on military operations in England.
  2. The younger son of Hedley Cecil and Hilda Lizzy Queree, of Hazel Combe, Bagot, St Saviour. He joined the staff of Midland Bank after leaving school, working as a cashier in Library Place, St Helier. Left during the evacuation in June 1940 and worked for a time at bank headquarters before joining the forces. Died at the age of 33 in the Italian Campaign and buried in Anzio War Cemetery
  3. The son of Charles and Virginia Bond and husband of Marjory Bertha, with whom he had a daughter. Arrested and imprisoned for receiving stolen German bread he was at Naumburg Prison near Salle when freed by Americans on 11 April but very ill and died of pneumonia.
  4. Son of William and Margaret Queree, of 31 Old St John's Road, St Helier and husband of Elizabeth, of Bethnal Green, London. Enlisted after evacuation in June 1940. Died at the age of 23 while fighting in Normandy and buried in Bayeux War Cemetery
  5. The youngest son of Archibald and Annie Queripel, of 5 Don Road, St Helier and husband of Hilda Louisa, of Preston, Dorset, with a young daughter. Edcuated at La Motte Street Elementary School, employed by Gas Works and member of St John Ambulance. Enlisted in 1939 and died of Typhoid Fever at Messina while serving in an anti-aircraft battery
  6. The son of Hilary Ernest and Marie Francois Quertier and husband of Priscilla, who he married in St Helier in 1932. Died at the age of 32 in the Far East and commemorated on the Singapore Memorial
  7. Born in Jersey on 14 June 1910. Died at Nogent-Sur-Seine
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