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Father: Percy George LABRUM (*11 Mar 1890 +13 Feb 1966)
Mother: Elsie Mary MYNARD (*26 Apr 1888 +20 May 1982)

Richard George LABRUM (*Jun 1919 +21 May 1940)

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                                                 _Richard LABRUM _+
                        _Thomas Dawkes LABRUM __|
                       |                        |_Comfort DAWKES _
 _Percy George LABRUM _|
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|--Richard George LABRUM 
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|_Elsie Mary MYNARD ___|
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[7401] RICHARD GEORGE LABRUM
Sapper
2070933
248 Field Coy., Royal Engineers
who died on
Tuesday, 21st May 1940. Age 20.
Additional Information: Son of Percy George and Elsie Mary Labrum, of Oakley, Bedfordshire.


Commemorative Information
Cemetery: TEMPLEUVE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Tournai, Hainaut, Belgium
Grave Reference/
Panel Number: Row B. Grave 5.

Location: Templeuve Communal Cemetry is located 13 km west of Tournai on the N509 which connects Tournai to Templeuve. From Tournai the N509 leaves Tournai via the Rue Saint Eleuthere, a road leading from the R52 Tournai ring road in the north west portion of the ring road between the N7 and N50 junctions. The N509 is a continuous road to the village of Templeuve. On reaching the village the cemetery is located on La Chapelle which is the first left hand turning from the N509 in the village itself.


Historical Information: The two small British plots were made by fighting units and all dates of death are of October and November, 1918, during the Advance to Victory. There are now over 10, 1914-18 and nearly 15, 1939-45 war casualties commemorated in this site.

[7398] [S20] Angela Bowmaker

[7399] [S20] Angela Bowmaker

[7400] [S424] Commonwealth War Graves Commission