William Cross War Memorial


Stone monument on a square stone plinth set on top of two stone platforms. There are two inset white marble plaques with inscriptionss in lead lettering and Masonic symbols at the bottom of each inscription.


This memorial is erected to commemorate the memory of William Valiere Cross who was killed in action in France 1916.

This memorial was erected by Thomas V Cross, to comemorate the memory of his son who was a resident of Lugarno and very interested in it's welfare. 

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
Sapper William Valiere Cross KIA 6971 view
Cnr Forest Road and Ponderosa Place
Lugarno NSW 2210
Local Government Area
  • Georges River Council
  • Roadside
Memorial type
  • Obelisk
Recorded by
Peter Levarre-Waters
Established date
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  • First World War, 1914–18

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