Kenmore Hospital War Memorial

Description

Marulan Granite war memorial with gilt lettering and a bronze insert of an Australian Commonwealth Military Forces badge, 1914 - 1919. A separate granite tablet has been added to the 3 primary faces to accommodate World War II names. A flag staff is visible immediately behind the memorial. The memorial was dedicated in 1924 by Brigadier General Ramsay McNicholl, who had commanded the 10th Australian Infantry Brigade, First A.I.F.. The memorial was moved to its present location, opposite the Admin. Building, from the nearby main entrance road in 1980.The war memorial is located in the grounds of historic Kenmore Psychiatric Hospital.

Inscription

'In grateful memory of those who fought and fell in the Great War [list of names] Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.'

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
A Adams World War 1 view
N Armfield World War 1 view
A H Avis World War 2 view
G H Ayre World War 1 view
R G Betts World War 2 view
W C Box World War 1 view
M Brown World War 2 DPOW view
H G Brown World War 1 KIA view
A J Campbell World War 1 view
R C Confoy World War 2 view
Address
Kenmore Psychiatric Hospital,Taralga Road
Kenmore - Goulburn NSW 2580
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Submitted by Leonie Morgan, Secretary, Kenmore Hospital Museum. Photography by Joe Medway, Kenmore Hospital Museum.
Established date
1924
Dedication date
1924-03-23 00:00:00.0

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