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Whitford Memorial

Whitford Memorial
Ms. Jane Williamson &  Mrs. Janice Williams
Ms. Jane Williamson &  Mrs. Janice Williams
Ms. Jane Williamson &  Mrs. Janice Williams
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Description / Background

A brick structure with three steps leading to a mosaic tiled surface with the letters R.A.A.F. (Royal Australian Air Force) and the Airforce three ring symbol in correct colours. At the rear of the structure is a brass plaque and the Air Force wings and wreath.



Dedicated by citizens & friends to the memory of Pilot Officer James Richard Whitford, R.A.A.F.

Killed on war service at Point Cook, Victoria, November 29th 1939 aged 27 years

Champion Pilot Royal Aero Club of N.S.W. 1938 – 1939. Aviator Patron Haberfield, Five Dock, Abbotsford Sub Branch of the Returned Sailors- Soldiers & Airmen's Imperial League of Australia.

Esteemed by all.

Plaque below shield

Unveiled June 1st 1941 by His Worship the Mayor of Drummoyne

Ald. R.T.C.

Storey Architecture & design by Albert E. Taylor J.P. N.M. Marshall Builder

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
Pilot Officer James Richard Whitford World War 2 RAAF view

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Five Dock Park
Cnr Barnstaple and Park Roads
Five Dock NSW 2046
Local Government Area
Canada Bay, City of
Memorial type
Fountain/Drinking fountain
Recorded by
Ms. Jane Williamson & Mrs. Janice Williams
Year of construction
Dedication date
01 June 1941
Second World War, 1939–45