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Location Greenhill Road, Carey Gully, Adelaide Hills - South Australia, Australia
Type memorial
Description

Within an enclosed memorial garden is a grey granite obelisk surmounted on a four-tier base and concrete slab. The four tiers comprise a two-tier granite pedestal atop a two-tier rough-cut base. On the obelisk in gold leaf is an effigy of crossed flags of Australia and Britain above an open top wreath. On the top-tier of the pedestal are names and on the second tier is a dedication. At the entrance to the site is a wrought iron archway and gates.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened Not yet discovered
Inscription

Arch:

CAREYS GULLY

WAR MEMORIAL

Monument:

Pedestal upper:

IN MEMORY OF

OUR FALLEN HEROES

IN THE GREAT WAR. 1914-1919.

 

Pedestal lower:

ERECTED BY THE RESIDENTS

OF

CAREY'S GULLY.

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Local community
PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Originally known as Carey's Gully, name changed after WW1

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Names

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CHRISTIAN, Alfred James

Service number 2138
Private
48th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1889

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LONG, Roy William

Service number 3664
Lance Corporal
50th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 17 Apr 1898

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CHRISTIAN, Peter Watson

Service number 2650
Private
50th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 12 Jun 1885

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HUGHES, Alfred Ernest

Service number 836
Private
27th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 10 Mar 1880

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