A five foot square base in concrete, with a column suitable for the number of names.
This information was taken from The Dunoon Stroy from 1870 to 1970.
The memorial stand approximately 3 meters high.
Two concrete steps all around base, raised concrete square with white marble plaques at front that read Dunoon District War Memorial The Great War 1914 - 1919.
Above this is four decorative concrete columns with white marble plaques for names.
The top is decorative concrete, engraved LEST WE FORGET.
Above this is a white glass ligh shade on a black base. The light is on from dusk until dawn each day.
Lest We Forget
In Honour of those who paid the supreme sacrifice.
Black N. Birke H. Cockrane A. Cameron C.E. Eliot J. Eliot W. Florey S.A.
Gaffney M. James C. Jarvis A.E. Munro N.E.S. Morris F. Meskell J. McKinnon P.S.
Riley W. Summers S. Welsh E.F.
In honour fo those who paid the supreme sacrifice
Cawley P.J. Haiser G.F. Knowles J. Leeson M.J. Roffey C.A. Smith M.J. Cook. Max
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Campaign||Link|
|H||Birke||World War One||KIA||view|
|N||Black||World War One||KIA||view|
|C E||Cameron||World War One||KIA||view|
|P J||Cawley||World War Two||KIA||view|
|A||Cockrane||World War One||KIA||view|
|Max||Cook||World War Two||KIA||view|
|W||Elliott||World War One||KIA||view|
|J||Elliott||World War One||KIA||view|
|S A||Florey||World War One||KIA||view|
|M||Gaffney||World War One||KIA||view|
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