Taylors Arm Village War Memorial

Description

Three stone markers faced with bronze name and dedicatory plaques. The larger centre marker features a cross with military badge, and the words, 'Lest We Forget.' In the Taylors Arm Village the war memorial is located in The Village Sports Ground. Anzac Day and Remembrance Day are regularly commemorated. The Taylors Arm Public Hall has a Marble Honour Roll and further up the Valley is the Honour Roll in the Burrapine Public Hall.

Inscription

[Centre Marker]

LEST WE FORGET

Those that gave their lives for our country in World Wars 1914 - 1918 & 1939 - 1945 Taylors' Arm District

 

[List of Names]

This plaque unveiled by N. J. Spear Hon. Dec., Sub-Branch RSL

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
B Addison Not Recorded KIA view
G Bowie Not Recorded KIA view
O Butt Not Recorded KIA view
T A Carroll Not Recorded KIA view
W Chelman Not Recorded KIA view
C C Daley Not Recorded KIA view
S J Forster Not Recorded KIA view
E Hennessy Not Recorded KIA view
C D Johnson Not Recorded KIA view
S Lawrence Not Recorded KIA view
Address
Taylor's Arm Road
Taylors' Arm Village Sports Ground
Taylors Arm NSW 2447
Location/surrounding area
26 km west of Macksville. Approx. GDA94 Lat: -30 46 54 ,Approx. GDA94 Long: 152 42 04, Geographical Names Board of New South Wales
Recorded by
Mr Rusty Priest AM, former RSL State President (NSW Branch)Mr Stuart Johnson, President, Taylors Arm RSL Sub Branch

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