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George Lacy Hillier

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1879. Hillier of Chichester with 58-inch 'Arab' Bicycle. From 'Bartleet's Bicycle Book'.
1931. F.O.T.C. Meeting. H. W. Payne, T. H. Woollen, George Lacy Hillier, A. E. Walters, H. Surtees Lugg and A. S. Ingram.

George Lacy Hillier (c1857-1941)

1881. G. Lacy Hillier was amateur cycle champion at all distances.

1882. Member of Finchley Tricycle Club. [1]

1941 Died on 11 February aged 84 years. Member of Stock Exchange. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, May 15, 1882
  2. The Times, Monday, Feb 24, 1941