William Spottiswoode Trevor

William Spottiswoode Trevor

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Major General William Spottiswoode Trevor VC (9 October 1831 - 2 November 1907) was a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.


Educated at Addiscombe, Trevor was 33 years old, and a major in the Bengal Engineers, Bengal Army during the Bhutan War when the following deed took place on 30 April 1865 at Dewan-Giri, Bhutan for which he was awarded the VC in a joint citation with Lieutenant James Dundas:

He later achieved the rank of major general. His Victoria Cross is displayed at the Royal Engineers Museum.


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  • Sappers VCs
  • (Kensal Green Cemetery)

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