Gorin family members who served in World War 1

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Gorin family members who served in the Great War


One family member lost his life while serving in the armed forces and a further six saw active service in World War 1.

The dates shown are often birth or baptism dates from our database, not necessarily those shown on service records, and parishes shown are parish of birth, where known, not the parish in which individuals were living when they joined up.

Notes on our list, abbreviations used etc

The identity of some of the Gorins included in the CIGWSG Roll of Honour and Roll of Service is uncertain. There is a reference to two brothers, and we believe that they are as shown below, although the 1911 census return for the family names the brothers as Jean and Pierre. John Frank Gorin did not appear in the official 1919 Roll of Honour, which did list a Private Peter Gorin as a casualty. Four of those listed in the Roll of Service are noted as requiring 'further investigation'. We believe that some who were baptised Francis and/or Jean may appear in service records as Frank and/or John, not necessarily in the same order.

Sons of Pierre and Jane Gorin of St Peter

Sons of Francois and Marie Francoise

  • Francois Mathurin Gorin (1897- ) (St L) , Private, Machine Gun Corps
  • Francis Gorin (1885- ) (St Mt), Private, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry

  • Frank John Gorin (St L) RGA
  • John Francis Gorin (1875- )(Gr) husband of Gertrude May, Private, Royal Defence Corps
  • John Philip Gorin (1901- ) (Gr) son of above, Boy RN, HMS Vernon
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