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Windsor War Memorial Gates

Windsor War Memorial Gates
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Description / Background

Brick and sandstone gates at the entrance to Windsor's Memorial Park. The gates feature marble plaques, with honour roll names in gold lettering. The gates are accompanied by two guns on carriages, two flagpoles and two lamps. The foundation stone was laid on 1 December 1923 and the gates were unveiled on 24 May 1925. The plaque for the Second World War and Korea was unveiled on 5 July 1959. 

Inscription

Large plaque 1

This memorial was erected by the citizens of the district in memory of those who enlisted in the GREAT WAR.
[Names]
Not dead but sleepth

Enlisted
[Names]

Large plaque 2

1939 1945
In honour of those who served in WORLD WAR II
[Names]
Women's Services
[Names]

Small plaque

In memory of the fallen and the unknown Australian soldier 75th anniversary of Remembrance Day. 11.11.1993

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
A S Bullock Korean Campaign/Vietnam War view
J R Bullock Korean Campaign/Vietnam War view
A L Bullock World War 2 view
G Bullock World War 2 view
J F Bullock World War 2 view
D B Bulter World War 2 view
G Bulter World War 2 view
R A Bulter World War 2 view
A Burnett World War 2 view
F J Burton World War 2 view

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Address
Memorial Park
Cnr George and Tebbutt Streets
Windsor NSW 2756
Local Government Area
Hawkesbury, City of
Setting
Roadside
Memorial type
Gate/lychgate
Recorded by
Ms Jane Williamson
Year of construction
1923
Dedication date
24 May 1925
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Second World War, 1939–45
Korean War, 1950–53