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Le Sueur, C G

Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard

Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard, Laventie, near Armentieres


Family memorial in St Saviour's Churchyard, Jersey


NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Thursday 24 April 1919

Memorial Service to War Hero. At St Annes Church, Sarisbury Road, Bermondsey recently the Bishop of Willesden dedicated a stained glass window in memory of Private Clement George Le Sueur of the 5th Seaforth Highlanders, only son of Mr & Mrs C G Le Sueur. Private Le Sueur, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 17 July 1915, had been associated with St Annes from his boyhood. He was a grandson of Mr C Le Sueur formerly one of the Deputies of St Helier.




Pictures courtesy of Mike & Rosemarie Thomas

Private Clement George Le Sueur
1st/5th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders

1914-15 Star

Clement George Le Sueur


Only son of Clement George and Ellen Le Sueur, of 155, Chevening Rd., Brondesbury Park, London. Clerk in Accountant's Department of the Metropolitan Water Board. Educated at Geneva House School, Shoot-up Hill, Kilburn Grammar School, and King's College, London.

Killed in action, aged 22 years.

Notice of death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Friday 23 July 1915

Commemorated on family memorial in St Saviours Churchyard, Jersey

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record