2nd Lieutenant Gerald Mauger

Royal Guernsey Light Infantry

Died: 20 March 1918

Age: 25

Gerald Mauger, younger brother of George Ernest Mauger, was born 27th September 1893. He entered College in 1903 and remained for four years. For some years, he was a clerk in the Capital and Counties Bank at Guernsey.

He twice offered himself for service, and on the second occasion was accepted and served for some months in the ranks of The Royal Guernsey Light Infantry (RGLI). In July 1917, he was sent to an Officer Cadet Battalion at Fermoy and was gazetted to the RGLI in the following December. He went out to France in February 1918 and was killed on 20th March 1918, in the heavy fighting encountered by his Regiment.

In October 1916 he married Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PE Robilliard, of the Piette, Guernsey. He leaves an infant son.

The above text appeared in the Victoria College Book of Remembrance which was published in 1920.

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