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1 (Research):Died in World War 2 Harrison, Geoffrey (I2530)
 
2 Died at 6 Months Lasbury, Cyril Allan (I234)
 
3 Died during the Battle of the Somme in the First World War Bladon, Harry (I2646)
 
4 Enlisted in the army on 30th October 1916.

4th Reserve battalion - Somerset Light Infantry - Regimental no.38249

Royal Army Ordnance Corps - Regimental no. 048758

Discharged from the army on 9th November 1919 with a 20% disability. 
Lasbury, Arthur Thomas J. (I218)
 
5 Murdered by Dr William Palmer of Rugeley. Bladon, Leonard (I2430)
 
6 OLIVE MARY LASBURY Of Ryelands Road, Stonehouse A much loved Mother. Peacefully on 5th February 2013, aged 97 years. The Funeral Service will be held at St Cyr's Church, Stonehouse on Wednesday, 20th February at 10.45a.m., followed by the committal at Gloucester Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to RNIB Charity or R.N.L.I. may be sent c/o Allen-White, Funeral Directors, Crown Mews, Bath Road, King's Stanley, Stonehouse, GL10 3JG

LASBURY Kevin, Son of the late Olive Lasbury would like to thank everyone for their many cards, messages of sympathy, prayers and support following the recent loss of his Mother. He greatly valued the support given by those who attended the services at St Cyr's Stonehouse and Gloucester Crematorium. Thanks also to Rev C Minchin and Canon Rev J Harris. Donations received in Olive's memory for either RNLI or Talking Books for the Blind are greatly appreciated. Sincere thanks to Barrie White and all the Staff at Allen-White for their sensitive and efficient funeral arrangements. 
Beard, Olive Mary (I253)