WM name reference GLLB1
A large stone memorial with kerbed surround in front of a house in the residential area of Givenchy-les-la-Bassee
World War 1
CLOSE TO THIS SPOT SLEEPS IN ETERNAL PEACE HILLYAR GEORGE EDWIN HILL-TREVOR LT SCOTS GUARDS BELOVED ONLY CHILD OF THE HONBLE GEORGE EDWYN & ETHEL HILL-TREVOR OF BRYNKINALT CHIRK ENGLAND KILLED WHILE GALLANTLY LEADING HIS MEN DEC 21 1914 AGED 18 YEARS'
|Surname||First Name||Campaign||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Hill-Trevor||Hillyar||World War 1||21-12-1914||Givenchy-Lez-La-Basse memorial to 2Lt Hillyar Hill-Trevor||View|
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