Euabalong War Memorial

Euabalong War Memorial, front viewEuabalong War Memorial, closeup of frontEuabalong War Memorial, closeup of Cobar Williams signEuabalong War Memorial, closeup of soldier cutoutEuabalong War Memorial in surroundings
Description

The memorial is a white-painted obelisk, surrounded by post and chain fence. The memorial is decorated with a cutout of a digger at rest and a plaque which reads 'Lest we forget' above a stylised rising sun. Two flagpoles also are nearby. 

Materials
  • Concrete
Inscription

Obelisk

LEST WE FORGET

Sign

William "Cobar" Williams 2496

Although officially banned from enlisting in World War I,
many Aboriginal men still signed up and saw active service.
One of these men was William "Cobar" Williams.

At the outbreak of war, he was working as a labourer. His next-of-kin was his
sister, Emily, who lived at Carowra Tank. When he decided to enlist, he was
27 years old.

[more information regarding Cobar Williams]

Address
Nardoo Street near Farnell Street
Euabalong NSW 2877
Local Government Area
  • Lachlan Shire
Setting
  • Garden/park
Location status
Original location
Memorial type
  • Obelisk
Recorded by
Liz Burge
Established Date format: 
$e_original_date = $entity->field_established['und'][0]['value']; if (!empty($e_original_date)) { $changed_date = strtotime($e_original_date); $new_date = date("d F Y", $changed_date); print '
Established date
'; print $new_date; } else{ print ''; }
Conflict/s
  • First World War, 1914–18
  • All conflicts

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