Samson family members who served in World War 1

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Samson family members who served in the Great War


Sergeant Clyde Samson, born in Jersey and an Old Victorian, was taken ill and died while working as an instructor with the London Regiment in the UK

One member of the family lost his life while serving in the armed forces and a further eleven 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

Sons of James Albert and Helene Novert

  • Alfred Eugene Samson (1880-1949) (St H) Shipwright RN, HMS Sirius
  • Julien Albert Samson (1877-1949) (St H) Private, Labour Corps
  • Arthur James Samson (1884-1956) husband of Ada Evelyn Lawford, Private RMLI
  • Charles George Samson (1893-1932) (St H), Private, Dorset Regiment, wounded
  • George Henry Samson (1886-1975) husband of Alice Norman, (St H) ex-RMIJ, Private RJGB
  • Albert James Samson (1890-1921) (St H) husband of Florence Edith Hobbs, ex-RMIJ, Private, Labour Corps

Sons of William Henry and Ada Louise du Feu

  • Percy George Samson (St H), Private, Australian Army Medical Corps
  • Roy Gilbert Samson (1895- ) (St H), Lieutenant, Australian Infantry
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