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Glen Innes Anzac Park Korean War Memorial

Glen Innes Anzac Park Korean War Memorial
Graham Wilson
Graham Wilson
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Description / Background

The memorial comprises three large granite stones, which have been mounted on concrete, with the insignias of the Royal Australian Air Force, Australian Military Forces, and Royal Australian Navy attached. In front of these, is a polished black stone monument engraved with a map of North and South Korea. An honour roll plaque is set into the ground in front of this monument. 

The memorial is situated in Glen Innes Anzac Park, facing West Avenue.


Black stone monument

In memory of those who served and those who gave their lives in the Korean War

Lest we forget

Dedication plaque

This memorial was officially unveiled by Mr Earl Mar Wetherspoon (ex 3 RAR)

Mr Michael Kohlhoff President of the Korean Veterans Association

and a non-denominational dedication service was conducted by

Captain Tom Steward and Captain Stuart Jackson, Salvation Army

Father Carey, Catholic Church

Pastor Keith Jackson, Seventh Day Adventist Church on the 30th July 2008.

"We Will Remember Them" 

Allen Evans President, Glen Innes RSL Sub-branch

Honour roll

Glen Innes & District

Those who served in the Korean conflict 1950-1956


Veterans listed on this memorial

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Pte L R Burrows Korea 28091 Army view
Pte M J Chalkey Korea 2400816 Army view
Corp N R Coates Korea NX43139 Army view
Stoker M H Davies Korea R34648 Navy view
Pte M C Doust Korea 28113 Army view
Pte N E Dunn Korea 24173 Army view
Pte R G Gaden Korea 41195 Army view
Pte R J Grange Korea 1400673 Army view
Pte E S Griffey Korea 2400155 Army view
Pte P Higgins Korea 28240 Army view

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Anzac Park
Cnr West Avenue and Bourke Street
Glen Innes NSW 2370
Local Government Area
Glen Innes Severn Council
Memorial type
Recorded by
Graham Wilson
Year of construction
Dedication date
30 July 2008
Korean War, 1950–53
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