Hillgrove South African War Memorial

Graham WilsonGraham Wilson

The classical designed marble memorial is attached to the façade of the former Post and Telegraph Office in Hillgrove (1901-1949).  It was erected by Mr McPhee, a monumental mason of Armidale to the design of Mr Herbert of the Colonial Architect's Department.


Erected by the citizens of Hillgrove to the memory of Trooper William G. Taylor, N.S. Wales Mounted Infantry, died from wounds received at the Battle of Koetizie's Drift, South Africa, May 1900 and Trooper Alfred J.Allingham, Australian Rifles died on service, South Africa, June 1901.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Unit Campaign Link
Trooper A J Allingham South African Campaign (Boer War) KIA June 1901 Australian Rifles view
W G Taylor South African Campaign (Boer War) DOW May 1900 NSW Mounted Infantry view
Brackin Street
Hillgrove NSW 2350
Location/surrounding area
Former Post and Telegraph Office 1901-1949
Recorded by
Graham Wilson
Established date
Dedication date
4 Nov 1903
South African Campaign (Boer War)

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