Family members who served in World War 1

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Le Blanc family members who served in the Great War


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Grave of John Cyril Le Bas at Lapugnoy Military Cemetery


Two members of the family were killed in World War One and another 12 saw active service


  • Private Edgar Arthur Le Blancq (1895-1916) son of Philip James and Isabel Susannah, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, killed in action
  • John Cyril Le Blancq (1896-1918) son of John Simon and Louisa Jane, Private, Hampshire Regiment, died of wounds
  • Clarence Durell (1890- ) (St L) son of Pierre and Maria Susan, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery
  • Durell Larner (1885- ) (St L) son of Peter, Private, Hampshire Regiment
  • Edward John (1876- ) (St L) son of Elias Nicolle and Annie (All Saints), Warrant Officer 1, RASC
  • Elsie May (1889- ) daughter of Charles William and Emma Mason, Red Cross, Netley
  • Frederick Charles (1888- ) (St L) son of Elie Nicolle and Ann, Sergeant, RAMC
  • Hedley (St L), L-Cpl, Hampshire Regiment, ex-RMIJ
  • Henry Charles (1878- ) (St L) son of Elie Nicolle and Ann, Private, Royal Jersey Garrison Battalion, ex-RMIJ
  • Leonard Philip (1893- ) (St Luke) son of Philip James and Isabel Susannah, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Fusiliers
  • Stanley Charles (1887- ) (St S) son of Charles William and Emma, Captain, East Yorkshire Regiment, ex-RMIJ, wounded
  • Thomas John (1879- ) (St P) son of Thomas and Jeanne, Private, Royal Jersey Garrison Battalion
  • Thomas Francis (1882- ) (St P) son of Thomas and Jeanne, Mercantile Marine
  • Walter Henry Raymond (St H), husband of Edith Mary Jane, Private RE
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