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Coo-ee March Memorial Gateway

Coo-ee March Memorial Gateway
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Description / Background

The Coo-ee March Memorial Gateway is situated at the Molong Recreation Ground. The gateway was established to honour the Molong men who joined the Coo-ee March at the same grounds in 1915. The memorial was officially opened on 13 March 2004 by Councillor John Farr, then Mayor of Cabonne, and was unveiled by the Hon Charlie Lynn MLA. There is a plaque located on each side of the gateway.

Inscription

Gates

COO-EE MARCH 1915

Plaque 1

COO-EE MARCH
MEMORIAL GATEWAY

Officially opened by Councillor John Farr
Mayor of Cabonne

Saturday 13th March 2004

Funded by Veterans' Affairs 'Saluting Their Service'
Molong Community and Cabonne Council

Plaque 2

The Molong Men listed below joined The Coo-ee March at this ground 22nd October 1915

HAROLD E GRAHAM
JOHN MARTIN
PATRICK O'LOUGHLIN
WILLIAM C WALKER
THOMAS W TAYLOR

Unveiled by The Hon Charlie Lynn MLA
13th March 2004

Funded by Veterans' Affairs 'Saluting Their Service'
Molong Community and Cabonne Council

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Address
Recreation Ground
Edward Street
Molong NSW 2866
Local Government Area
Byron Shire
Setting
Roadside
Memorial type
Gate/lychgate
Recorded by
Gary Brown
Dedication date
13 March 2004
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18