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L/Cpl. Wm. Oswyn Hill

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Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:All Saints

Parish:Gainsborough

Type of Memorial:Painting / Print

Commisioned By:Hill family

Materials Used:Brass plaque and painting in a wood gilt frame.

Description:Small plaques and picture of Christ's Crucifixion in a gilt frame. situated in the Lady Chapel at All Saints.

Inscription:In Memory of L/c Wm. Oswyn Hill, H.A.C. who fell at Bullicourt May 3rd 1917 Aged 22 Years. He gave his life for others.

Memorial Condition:Good

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Peter Bradshaw

Notes:William Oswyn Hill is also remembered on the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Roll of Honour, The Gainsborough Roll of Honour and on his family grave in the General Cemetery.

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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