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Laisney, A R

Hastings Cemetery

Hastings Cemetery, Sussex

Arthur Raymond Laisney
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Arthur Raymond Laisney
(Picture courtesy
of Beverly Mehlhoff)

Bombardier Arthur Raymond Laisney
475th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery


Only son of Peter Francis and Elizabeth Laisney (nee du Feu), of Trinity, Jersey. Husband of Maggie May Laisney (nee Carpenter), of 9, Cambridge Gardens, Hastings.

Died of pneumonia at the General Southern Hospital in Portsmouth, aged 25 years.

Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Wednesday 5 December 1917

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Wednesday 5 December 1917

Roll of Honour. We regret to announce the death which took place at the General Southern Hospital in Portsmouth on Friday last of Bombardier A R Laisney, Royal Garrison Artillery. The soldier was the only son of the late Mr Peter F Laisney and Mrs Laisney of L'Abri, Trinity and after serving an apprenticeship with Au Gagne Petit, received an appointment some 4 years ago with Thomas White & Co of Aldershot. He joined up this year and was taken ill whilst training and eventually passed away as stated above from pneumonia. The late Bombardier, who was in his 26th year, leaves a widow, nee Margaret May Carpenter, to mourn his loss and to her and the mother and other relatives we tender our sincere sympathy.

Commemorated on Trinity Parish Memorial, Jersey


Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record
(listed as "LAINEY")