Kilmore War Memorial

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Location Sydney Street & Skehan Place, Kilmore, Mitchell - Victoria, Australia
Type memorial
Description

Grey Granite Obelisk

It is of neat design, and built on a foundation 5 feet deep. The basement is of beautifully dressed bluestone quadrate, with posts and champers in fine work. The upper base is of granite, with the pillar extending 16 feet in height, with pyramid top, all finely axed. The enclosure is 17½ feet square, with fence of Harcourt grey granite posts, rock faces, and pyramid top dressed, and two 2-inch galvanised iron railings through the posts. The monument faces south-west, and above the inscription is the A.I.F., Badge in bronze metal.

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Built Not yet discovered
Opened 14 December 1921
Inscription

For
King and Country
Erected by Residents
of Kilmore
In Memory Of The Men
Who Gave Their Lives In The
Great War 1914 - 1919.
Their Names Shall Live For
Evermore.

1939 - 1945 [Names]

Lest We Forget

Left Side Inscription
[Names]

Right Side Inscription
[Names]

Condition

Good

Names

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STUTE, William Charles James

Service number 2567
Private
46th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1890

CAMERON, Colin Henry

Service number 300
Sergeant
8th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1
Born 1892

CAMM, Richard Andrew

Service number VX16147
Captain
Born 29 Jan 1893

JACKSON, Claud Henry

Service number 2289
Trooper
8th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1

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