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Cyril Vane Lansell (1893–1932)

Bendigo, Thursday. The death occurred at Corowa (N.S.W.) yesterday of Mr Cyril Vane Lansell, 39, the youngest son of the late Mr George Lansell, who was predominontly associated with quartz mining at Bendigo, and Mrs Edith Lansell, of Fortuna, Bendigo. He will be buried in Bendigo tomorrow. Mr Lansell was a brother of Colonel Lensell, M.L.C. At the outbreak of the war he was on his honeymoon in England. He enlisted with the British army and served throughout the war. On his return he lived at St. Kilda. Later he settled at Corowa, where he had an extensive land holding.

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