Bayswater War Memorial

Details

Location Halliday Park, Coode & Burnside Streets, Bayswater, Western Australia, Australia
Type memorial
Description

Carved stone column with ball aloft
Carved stone slouch hat and wreath adorn front of the memorial

The Work of constructing the monument was in the hands of two returned soldiers Messrs Wales & Gillies, (Harry WALES 7179 & Lawrence BILLIES 7159). They were responsible for the construction of the monuments at West Guidlford (1920), Bayswater (1922) Mt. Lawley (1924) and Claremont (1922).

Harry Wales and Lawrence Gillies served in the 13th Company of Engineers  and the  Gillies family were stonemasons so on return from the war, the two set up business together.

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Built Messrs. Wales and Gilles
Opened 25 April 1925 by Major General Sir Talbot Hobbs
Inscription

Lest we forget

Erected by the residents of Bayswater in memory of her sons who fell in the Great War

1914 - 18

They gave their lives for their country.

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In memory of those who gave their lives

WW II 1939 -1945
Korea 1950 - 1953
Malaya 1948 -1960
Borneo 1962 - 1966
Vietnam 1962 - 1972

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Condition

Good

Names

Showing 8 people of interest from memorial

FAIRS, James Elvey

Service number 2648
Private
51st Infantry Battalion (WW1)
AIF WW1

WYLDE, Herbert William

Service number 166
Private
16th Infantry Battalion (WW1)
AIF WW1

BRANSBY, Richard John James

Service number 6277
Private
11th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1892

DOWDELL, John Daniel

Service number 4485
Private
51st Infantry Battalion (WW1)
AIF WW1
Born 11 Mar 1897

MORAN, Bartholomew John

Service number 3198
Sergeant
28th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born Oct 1888

AYLIFFE, Maurice

Service number 2160A
Sapper
2nd Field Company Engineers
AIF WW1
Born Aug 1892

SMEED, Leonard Arthur

Service number 50
Sergeant

MUNDY, Frank Tippett

Service number 16405
Driver
3rd Divisional Signal Company
AIF WW1
Born 13 May 1889

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