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Le Lievre, G P

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Tyne Cot Memorial & Cemetery, Belgium

Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Wednesday 24 July 1918

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George Philip Le Lievre

Rifleman George Philip Le Lievre
7th Battalion , Royal Irish Rifles

1914-15 Star

Husband of Kathleen Florence Le Lievre (nee Egan) of 1 Vine Place, Pier Road, St Helier, Jersey.

Killed in action, aged 25 years

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Thursday 30 August 1917

Jersey Rifleman Missing. Mrs Le Lievre of Pier Road has received a letter from Lieutenant C A Ogier of D Company 7th Royal Irish Rifles stating that her husband, Rifleman G P Le Lievre, has been reported missing since 16 August. We hope to shortly hear favourable news.

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Wednesday 24 July 1918

Roll of Honour. During the fighting in which the Jersey Company Royal Irish Rifles was engaged on 16 August 1917 Rifleman George Philip Le Lievre was reported missing. It was hoped that he had been taken prisoner but unfortunately the official intimation has now been received that the gallant soldier was killed on the above mentioned date. The late Rifleman was 25 and was formerly a highly respected employee of Mr J Hibbs and left Jersey with the original contingent. The deceased leaves a widow and a child to whom, with the other relatives, we offer our sincere condolences.