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Bungarby First World War Memorial

Bungarby First World War Memorial
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Tapered granite obelisk with honour roll, mounted upon a concrete base, and surrounded by a white picket fence. The memorial was first dedicated on 22 July 1923, and was refurbished when the new Bungarby Fire Shed was completed. The memorial was then re-dedicated on 24 April 1993.

The memorial is situated outside the now unused Bungarby Hall. Two honour boards are also displayed within the hall. Bungarby is located approximately 70kms from Cooma, between Dalgety and Bombala. 

Note on veteran's name: The Australian War Memorial lists Robert Arthur Sloan of Bungarby as having achieved the rank of Lance Corporal, as well as being awarded a Military Medal.

Inscription

In everlasting memory
of

[Names]

Greater love hath no man,
than he, who would lay down
his life for his friends

1914-19

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Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
PTE G CLARKE 2643 view
PTE GM FISK 2147 view
PTE W KELLY 2930 view
LT G NUGENT view
PTE E SLOAN 3880 view
L/CPL R SLOAN 7315 view

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Address
Old Bungarby Hall
Bungarby Road
Bungarby NSW 2630
Local Government Area
Snowy Monaro Regional Council
Setting
Building – outside
Memorial type
Obelisk
Recorded by
Mr Richard Crispin
Dedication date
22 July 1923
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18