The Glenorie Memorial Hall Cenotaph

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Description

The cenotaph is carved from stone with a series of brass plaques with the names of those who served in World War 1, World War 2, Korea, Borneo, Malay and Vietnam Wars.

The cenotaph is located around 50 metres south of the Hall in the Wal Buckingham Memorial Garden that adjoins the Glenorie Memorial Hall.

The foundation stone of the Hall is dated 1932, the current Hall and cenotaph were opened in 1933.

See also the Glenorie Memorial Hall.

Inscription

Roll of Honour

1915-1919
1939-1945
Korea 1950-1954
Borneo 1962-1966
Malay 1948-1960
Vietnam 1962-1973

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
G Appleby Korea 1950-1954/ Borneo 1962-1966 view
M Appleby Vietnam 1962-1973 view
A Arnold World War 1 view
A Arnold World War 2 view
A Barber World War 2 view
A Bates World War 2 view
C Bennett World War 1 view
W Best World War 2 view
C Bevan World War 2 view
E Biddle World War 2 killed in action view
Address
1729 Old Northern Rd
Glenorie NSW 2157
Location/surrounding area
The cenotaph is located around 50 metres south of the Glenorie Memorial Hall in the adjoining Wal Buckingham Memorial Garden
Recorded by
Carolyn Hall
Conflict/s
World War 1
World War 2
Korean Campaign
Malaya-Borneo Emergency
Vietnam War

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