Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Felicien Joseph Le Blanc

In memory of:

Lance Sergeant Felicien Joseph Le Blanc

September 29, 1943

Military Service

Service Number:







Royal Canadian Army Service Corps


66 Tank Transporter Coy.

Additional Information

Son of Philimore and Margaret Le Blanc; husband of Lena Le Blanc, of Moncton, New Brunswick.

Commemorated on Page 180 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Surrey, United Kingdom

Grave Reference:

47. A. 7.


Brookwood is 30 miles from London (M3 to Bagshot and then A322). The main entrance to Brookwood Military Cemetery is on the A324 from the village of Pirbright. Brookwood Military Cemetery is owned by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and is the largest Commonwealth war cemetery in the United Kingdom, covering approximately 37 acres. In 1917, an area of land in Brookwood Cemetery (originally The London Necropolis) was set aside for the burial of men and women of the forces of the Commonwealth and Americans, who had died, many of battle wounds, in the London district. This site was further extended to accommodate the Commonwealth casualties of the Second World War, and American, Belgian, Czech, Dutch, French and Polish plots containing the graves of Allied casualties. There are also German and Italian plots where prisoners of war lie buried.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Letter (Page 1)– Page 1 of letter written to his oldest, a daughter named Doris. It was written August 22, 1943. One month before he died.
  • Letter (Page 2)– Page 2 of letter written to his oldest, a daughter named Doris. This letter was written the month before he died.
  • Letter– This is the last letter he wrote to his oldest daughter Doris. It was written on September 9, 1943. He died on September 29, 1943. He left a wife and 6 children, including a 9-month old baby behind.
  • Paying respects– Thelma Davieau, granddaughter, daughter of his oldest son. I put a poppy for each of his six living children, and a pot of flowers from all the family.
  • Grave Marker– I placed 6 Poppies representing his 6 living children, and a pot of flowers from the family. I gathered pine cones that had fallen on the ground and formed them into 2 hearts. I also buried a Canadian coin. He is buried in England. I was the second person to visit his grave. My father was the first.
  • Photo of Felicien Joseph Le Blanc– This is a picture of my grandfather. Above him is the medal that my grandmother received.

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