Clare WW1 Memorial Arch

Details

Location Main Road, Clare, Clare and Gilbert Valleys - South Australia, Australia
Type arch
Description

Arch at the northern entrance to the Clare sporting oval. Large Roman style lintel supported by four pillars. Two inner pillars are cylindrical columns. Two outer pillars are rough-cut stone. On each of the outer pillars is a white marble plaque; all details are in black. Below the plaque is a representation of a pedestal. WW1 only.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 6 April 1922 by S.A. Governor
Inscription

Centre of lintel: A Roman centurion helmet on a military arms package wrapped with a cordBelow arms, etched in the stone lintel:

PRO PATRIAMCMX1V:MCMXV11I

 

Pedestal:

WHO                             WHOFELL                             FELLIN THE                         IN THEGREAT WAR                 GREAT WAR

Condition

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Nil

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Names

Showing 8 people of interest from memorial

STACY, Arnold Edward

Service number 1104
Corporal
Born 3 Jun 1885

REARDON, Daniel

Service number 5638
Private
27th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1895

MEYER, William Carl

Service number 5798
Private
10th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 7 Mar 1894

MCLEAN, Patrick

Service number 3422
Private
50th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 8 Mar 1892

BRINKWORTH, Frederick Lancelot

Service number 1660
Sapper
Born 24 May 1891

EVANS, Evan Charles Russell

Service number 3383A
Private
46th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1

KOEHNA, Oscar Herman

Service number 7509
Private
10th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1

SMITH, Eric Korff

Service number 1212
Trooper
9th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1

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