Louth ANZAC Cenotaph


Concrete obelisk sitting on steps. Embedded in lower step is a stone from Gallipoli. Attached is a brass plaque with wreath and torch.The memorial was opened by Mr Dermot Murray (dec.) on 25/4/71. An ANZAC day service has been held in the park, back to at least 1946.An additional plaque is planned to be added in 2002, listing the names of all who served in both World Wars. Names so far associated are from the Louth Public School Honour Roll (which see)


Plaque inscribed with 'Lest We Forget'.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
J J Doohan World War 2 view
A Gower World War 2 view
R F Gower World War 2 view
H Gower World War 2 view
A W G Mackay World War 2 KIA view
G A V Mackay World War 2 view
J A Mackay World War 2 view
Nurse (Sister) B McGuigan World War 2 view
F McQueen World War 2 view
L Murray World War 2 view
Elsie Eade Park,Port of Louth,Bloxham Street
Louth NSW 2840
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Louth Public School
Established date
Dedication date
1971-04-25 00:00:00.0

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