Chatswood Boer War Memorial Fountain

Details

Location Garden of Remembrance, 69 Albert Avenue, Chatswood, Willoughby - New South Wales, Australia
Type memorial
Description

White Marble Fountain

Four Corinthian pillars support a canopy, surmounted by a crown in white marble.

Built Monument Designer: Messrs Andrews (Sydney)
Opened 1 December 1900
Inscription

This Fountain was erected by the people of Willoughby

In memory of those local volunteers who lost their lives in the "Service of the Empire" during the South African War,

1899 - 1902

Back Inscription
Trooper C. A. Gilchrist
Died of Enteric Fever, Kimberley,
March 13th 1900.

Trooper F. W. Whinfield
Died of Enteric Fever Bloomfontein May 4th 1900

Private F. V. Smith,
Killed at Jacobsrust May 7th 1900.

Condition

Good

Names

Showing 3 people of interest from memorial

GILCHRIST, Charles Anthony

Service number 893
Trooper
1st Australian Horse
Australian and Colonial Military Forces - Boer War Contingents
Born 7 Dec 1875

SMITH, Frederick Victor

Service number 106
Private
1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles
Australian and Colonial Military Forces - Boer War Contingents
Born 1879

WHINFIELD, Frederick William

Service number 186
Private

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