Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

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In

Loving and undying

Memory of

Claude de Lisle Bush

...

Who died on 22nd January 1941

Aged 47 years

...

The top cross has fallen from this grave and has meant some of the inscription is hard to read

place of inscription

St Michael and Angels Eastington

Gloucestershire

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Claude Darcy Stratton de Lisle

Bush

22nd January 1894

Alveston, South Gloucestershire

22nd January 1941

Died from illness at home in Eastington Park, Gloucestershire

47

St Michael and Angels' Churchyard, Eastington, Gloucestershire

Second World War

Lieutenant

Gloucestershire Regiment

His brother Hugh died from wounds received at Loos during the First World War

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Bush

Second World War

Claude Darcy Stratton de Lisle

Bush

Gloucestershire Regiment

Bush

First World War

Hugh Godfrey de Lisle

Bush

3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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