MONUMENT TO THE DEAD OF BAILLY (1914-1918)


 

AUMONT André Albert:

CIVIL STATUS: Born May 19, 1892 in Bailly, canton of Marly le Roi, department of Seine and Oise, residing in Versailles, canton of Versailles-N., Department of Seine and Oise, profession of brokerage clerk, son of François and Adèle, Maria, Moïse, domiciled in Bailly, canton of Marly, department of Seine and Oise.

SIGNAL: Hair: black, eyes: black, forehead: receding inclination, nose: arched back, face: long, additional physiognomic information: thin lips, medium mouth, protruding chin. Size: 1 meter 69 centimeters. Particular marks: scar upper part of the nose. Degree of education: 4.

DETAILS OF SERVICES AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANSFERS: Registered under number 7 of the list of the canton of Marly le Roi. Incorporated from October 10, 1913. Arrived at the Corps on October 10, 1913 Private 2nd Class said day. Corporal on April 21, 1915. Appointed aspirant by ministerial dispatch of January 19, 1915. Passed to the 14th Infantry Regiment on December 4, 1915. Disappeared on May 23, 1916 (presumed prisoner), in Douaumont (Meuse) official notice GC 5621 of July 26 1916. Killed by the enemy on May 23, 1916 at Douaumont (Meuse). Death for France. Ministerial notice EPD 2394 of March 25, 1919.

CAMPAIGNS: against Germany from August 3, 1914 to May 23, 1916.

INJURIES, SHRINK ACTIONS, DECORATIONS, ETC: 3 Injuries by shrapnel on September 12, 1917 (error of the military number)

LAUNAY Pierre Marie:

CIVIL STATUS: Born May 1, 1896, in Bailly, canton of Marly-le-Roi department of SEINE - & - OISE, resident in Marly-le-Roi, canton of Marly-le-Roi, department of SEINE - & - OISE, profession of Mason, son of Pierre Marie and Anne Marie Le Coq, domiciled in Bailly, canton of Marly-le-Roi, department of SEINE - & - OISE.

SIGNAGE: Brown hair, dark blue eyes, medium forehead, straight nose, long face. Size: 1 meter 57 centimeters. Degree of education: 3.

DETAILS OF MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND TRANSFERS: Volunteered for four years on October 29, 1914 at the Town Hall of Versailles (Article 50 of the Law of March 21, 1905). Arrived at the Corps on October 31, 1914. Private 2nd class said day. Passed on February 7, 1915 to the Marching Battalion of the 24th Infantry Regiment. Passed March 14, 1915 to the 125th Infantry Regiment. Died October 9, 1915 in Nœux-les-Mines from war wounds. Struck out of controls on said day.


 

GUIGNARD Eugène Alexandre:

CIVIL STATUS: Born December 19, 1854, in Bailly canton of Marly le Roi, department of Seine and Oise residing in Bailly canton of Marly, department of Seine and Oise son of Alexandre and Ruffin Florence domiciled in Bailly canton of Marly le Roi , department of Seine and Oise.

INDICATION OF BODIES: 9th Battalion of Chasseurs, Battalion of Chasseurs in Rouen

DATE AND INDICATION OF MUTATIONS OCCURRED IN THE POSITION OF MEN: In the active army: Incorporated into the 9th Battalion, de Chasseurs as enlisted Cel on October 21, 1873. Passed into availability on November 6, 1874. Appointed reserve sub-lieutenant in the 113th of League (5th Region) by decree of July 3, 1879. Passed with his rank to the 73 Territorial Infantry Regiment (Ministerial Decree of November 23, 1882). Appointed Lieutenant to the corps by decree of October 22, 1883. (n ° 243). Appointed Captain of the 73rd Territorial Infantry Regiment, decree of November 8, 1887. Completed a period of exercises in the 113th of the Line. From September 11 to October 8, 1879. From September 1 to 28, 1880. In the territorial army: From September 16 to 3, 1881. In the 73 Infantry Regiment. From May 3 to 16, 1885. From April 16 to March 11, 1887. From April 27 to May 12, 1889. In the 248th of the Line. From October 13 to 30, 1891. From September 5 to October 1, 1893. Released from military service on October 21, 1898. Died on November 1, 1914 in Langemark, Belgium. Death for France.

 

 


 

CAUFMENT Raymond Emile:

CIVIL STATUS: Born October 23, 1893, in Bailly, canton of Marly le Roi, department of Seine and Oise, residing in Bailly, canton of Marly le Roi, department of Seine and Oise, profession of Mason son of Caufment Dominique and Tellier Louise, domiciled in Bailly, canton of Marly le Roi, department of Seine and Oise.

SIGNALS: brown hair, light blue eyes, medium forehead, slightly elongated nose, round face, additional physiognomic information: medium mouth, small lips, colored complexion. Size: 1 meter 70 centimeters. Degree of education: 3.

DETAILS OF MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND TRANSFERS: Incorporated as of November 28, 1913. Arrived at the Corps on November 29, 1913. Private 2nd class said day. Corporal on March 25, 1915. Killed by the enemy on March 31, 1915 in action at Bois-le-Prêtre (Meurthe-et-Moselle). Removed from controls on April 1, 1915. Death recorded on April 19, 1915 on the battlefield by ambulance 3/64.

1st army killed to the enemy.

2 ministerial notices CI 4459 of July 16, 1915 received July 26, 1915.

CAMPAIGNS: Against Germany from August 2, 1914 to March 31, 1915.

INJURIES, QUOTES, DECORATIONS, ETC: Quoted to the order of Decision 344 dated May 11, 1915. “Was particularly noted for his devotion and his contempt for danger. Killed while going to supply ammunition to an advanced blockhauss a few meters from the enemy.


 

HERR Jean Jacques:

Born October 3, 1879 in Klingenthal, died July 21, 1918 in Villemontoire. (there is no military registration number in Bas-Rhin for the 1899 class.

LECORVAISIER Louis François Méen:

CIVIL STATUS: Born June 12, 1880, in St Méen, canton of said, department of Ille et Vilaine, residing in St Méen, canton of said, department of Ille et Vilaine, profession of farmer, son of Louis Henri and 'Anastasie Chollet, domiciled in St Méen, canton du dit, department of Ille et Vilaine.

SIGNALING: Brown hair and eyebrows, blue eyes, plain forehead, medium nose, medium mouth, round chin, oval face. Size: 1m. 56 cent.

DETAILS OF MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND TRANSFERS: Left on 15 9bre 1901 for the 39th Infantry Regt as called up for activity. Arrived at the body on the said day registered under N ° 3810. 2nd Class Soldier. Private 1st Class January 16, 1903. Sent on leave September 22, 1904. BC granted. Passed in the reserve of the active army on November 1, 1904. Assigned to the Infantry Regiment in Rennes Nd o 11312. Passed by change of residence to the subdivision of Versailles and registered under the number 890 (3rd corps). Assigned to the 5th Infie Regt. Recalled under the flags by the general mobilization of August 2, 1914. Arrived at the Corps on August 12, 1914. Went to the front on September 1, 1914. Disappeared on September 17, 1914 at Godah. Killed by the enemy on September 17, 1914 at the Godah (judgment of the T ° of Versailles of November 19, 1919).

CAMPAIGNS: Against Germany from: August 12, 1914 to 1.9.14. Armies from Sep 2, 1914 to: Sep 17, 1914

 

 


 

RENARD Soulange, Georges, Antoine:

CIVIL STATUS: Born April 24, 1891, in Paris, canton of 8th arrondissement, department of Seine, residing in Paris 11 rue Milan, canton of 9th arrondissement, department of Seine, profession of Student son of Georges, Paul and the late Joséphine, Marie Suzanne Rey, domiciled in Paris 11 rue Milan, canton of the 9th arrondissement, department of the Seine.

SIGNALING: chestnut blonde hair, light blue eyes, medium sloping forehead, arched back nose, tall height, medium width, oval face. Height 1 meter 74 centimeters.

DETAILS OF SERVICES AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANSFERS: Registered under n ° 448 bis of the 9 ° ARRONDISSEMENT list. On June 21, 1913, renounced the benefit of the deferral of incorporation which was granted to him by the Review Board by asking to be incorporated with the class 1912. Incorporate from October 1, 1913. Arrived at the corps on October 1, 1913. Brigadier February 6, 1914: Maréchal des Logis on August 1, 1914: Disappeared on September 22, 1914 near Heudicourt (in Combat - Presumed injured): reported on an official German document transmitted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ZNB: 84 arrived as having died on…. Plaque transmitted by the Bavarian War Ministry: Notice of the War Ministry BRF n ° 2774 of March 30, 1917. Death fixed for September 22, 1914 in Heudicourt (Somme); Ministerial Note n ° 3404. 39/0 of May 20, 1939. Signage at the Pensions Department on 4.3.31.

LUTHUN Henri Auguste:

CIVIL STATUS: Born March 9, 1875, in (not indicated) residing in St Brancher, canton of Quarré les tombes, department of Yonne, profession of servant (pupils of the hospices of the Seine).

SIGNAL: Chestnut hair and eyebrows, chestnut eyes, ordinary forehead, medium nose, medium mouth, round chin, oval face Height: 1m. 50 cent. Degree of education: general (1) 3.

DECISION OF THE REVIEW BOARD AND REASONS (Indicate the nature of the exemptions.): Postponed to one year. (Defect in size.) Postponed to a 2nd year. (Size defect.) Auxiliary Service. (Size defect.)

DETAILS OF MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND TRANSFERS. (Campaigns, wounds, brilliant actions, decoration, etc.): Passed into the Active Army Reserve on November 1, 1899. Passed into the Territorial Army on October 1, 1909. Classified as armed service by the Reform Council de Versailles on 11 9th 1914 Decree Mel of 9 October 1914. 37th Territorial Infantry Regiment. Recalled to the activity (Stp de Mon Gale of August 1, 1914). Arrived at c. on 8-12-14. Passed to the 282nd of Infie on July 10, 1915. Execution of the order of the Gal Ct the 55th Divison of July 10, 1915. Death noted on October 24, 1915 in Berthonval (P.de.C) (email notice of February 18, 1916. Previously buried at Mont Snt Eloi cemetery of Pylones grave 826 bodies transferred to the cemetery of Targette in Neuville Snt Vaast Pas-de-C. On 31-3-23 grave n ° 2914 notice of transfer of bodies n ° PV 58982 of 6- 4-23.

CAMPAIGNS: Against Germany and Austria-Hungary from December 8, 1914 to October 24, 1915.

SUCCESSIVE LOCALITIES INHABITED: December 23, 1898, Bailly at Mr Manet's