Payn family members who served in World War 1

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Payn family members who served in the Great War


Private John Francis Payn, a New Zealand soldier killed in 1918, was the son of a Jerseyman with a long ancestry in the island

Three members of the family lost their lives while serving in the armed forces and a further ten 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 Robert Charles Payn and Mary Jane Leech

  • Charles Robert Payn (1891- ) (St H) ex-RMIJ, Private, Middlesex Regiment
  • Henry Pain (1893- ) (St H) Private, RAMC

  • Ross Arbouin Paine, OV, L-Cpl Honourable Artillery Company
  • Agnes Vibert Payn (1890- ) (St P) daughter of John James and Emily Agnes, British Red Cross
  • Clarence F Payne (1885- ) (St P) son of Peter and Clara Jane, Private, Canada
  • D'Arcy Royston Payne (1880-1946) (St H) son of Ernest and Florence, OV, Corporal, RMIJ
  • Ernest Henry Payne (1883- ) (St H) husband of Emily Rosina, Mercantile Marine
  • Hocquard Alfred Payne (St H) Corporal, Lincolnshire Regiment
  • John William Payne (St H) Private, Royal Army Veterinary Corps
  • Thomas Wesley Payne (1898- ) (St S) son of Wesley and Jane Maria, Private, RASC, wounded
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