Cooke Plains WW1 Soldiers Memorial Hall Back to Search

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Location Main Street, Cooke Plains, South Australia, Australia
Type buildings
Description

Hall, a white marble plaque is affixed to the right of the main entrance and a white marble foundation stone is set to the left of the main entrance

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 13 May 1922
Inscription

Face:

COOKE'S SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL PLAINSInsignia of the AIF

Plaque:

ERECTED IN MEMORY OFCOOKES PLAINS HEROES.WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR.1914.-1919.

 

Foundation stone:

THIS STONE WAS LAIDBYMRS J. KNIGHT.MAY 13TH 1922.

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Local community

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Fair wear and tear, note the spelling of the town name, Cookes, on the building and plaque

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Names

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KNIGHT, James Gemmel

Service number 7508
Private
10th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 30 Dec 1895

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SMYTH, Herbert Leslie Clifford

Service number 5098
Private
28th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born Nov 1891

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GOOCH, Hugh Loudon

Service number 69
Sergeant
9th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1
Born 15 Jul 1877

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