Gosford Boer War Memorial

Description

White marble obelisk surmounted with a decorative urn. The plinth is decorated with floral relief carvings. The memorial is opposite the Gosford Cenotaph in a designated remembrance area.

 

See Gosford Memorial Park (Various Memorials)

Inscription

Erected in memory of 'Our Soldiers' who, in South Africa, fell in defence of their nation during the Boer War 1899 - 1902 They obeyed their country's call

Trooper John Murray of 'Wamberal' 1st November 1900

Corporal Frank Marcourt Legge of 'Woodport' 20th May 1901

Trooper Sidney S. Mayo of 'Gosford' 11th March 1902

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
Corporal Frank Marcourt Legge South African Campaign KIA view
Trooper Sidney S Mayo South African Campaign KIA view
Trooper John Murray South African Campaign KIA view
Address
Memorial Park ,Corner Mann Street & Vaughan Avenue
-33.431183°, 151.340717°
Gosford NSW 2250
Location/surrounding area
Gosford Memorial Park
Recorded by
Mr Rusty Priest AM, former RSL State President (NSW Branch) and Peter Levarre-Waters
Conflict/s
Boer War

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