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Concord Pavilion of Honor

Concord Pavilion of Honor
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Description / Background

Brick and tile rotunda on a concrete base, with an enamelled tiled floor. A freestanding marble wall is located in the centre of the rotunda, inscribed with an honor roll. Additional honor roll plaques are attached on the interior walls of the structure. 

Inscription

Plaque 1

CONCORD PAVILION OF HONOR. ERECTED BY THE CITIZENS TO PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF OUR NURSES, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WHO ENLISTED IN THE GREAT WAR. 1914-1919. 25TH SEPTEMBER 1921.

Plaque 2

CONCORD PAVILION OF HONOR. THE NAMES OF THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVICED IN THE WORLD WAR 1939-1945 WERE ENSHRINED HERE. 8TH NOVEMBER 1952..

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
C H Abigail World War 2 view
K J Abigail World War 2 view
R E Abigail World War 2 view
A V Achurch World War 2 view
F A Adams World War 2 view
R G Adams World War 2 view
R Adcock World War 2 view
B Ahearn World War 2 view
S A L Aiken World War 2 view
C A Aisbett World War 2 view

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Address
Queen Elizabeth Park
Cnr Crane and Broughton Streets
Concord NSW 2137
Local Government Area
Canada Bay, City of
Setting
Garden/park
Memorial type
Board/roll/plaque/tablet
Rotunda/bandstand
Recorded by
Robert Ingui and Peter Levarre-Waters
Year of construction
1921
Dedication date
25 September 1921
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Second World War, 1939–45