Chatsworth Island War Memorial


Location Chatsworth Road, Chatsworth Island, Clarence Valley - New South Wales, Australia
Type memorial

White Obelisk with white marble plaques

It is of granite and has a concrete foundation nine feet high square with a base of 4 feet 6 inches. It has two blocks and an obelisk. On the centre block are carved four wreaths; one on each face. Underneath four marble panels about 24 inches by I8 inches are inserted and on which the names of those who went and those who did not return are marked by a Maltese Cross. On the base a marble slab is let in which shows why the monument was erected.

Built Matheson & Collins (Grafton, N.S.W.)
Opened 30 September 1922

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Erected by the residents of Chatsworth Island, and District, in honor of the brave lads who fought in the Great War, 1914 - 18, and in memory of those who fell.

For God, King & Empire.

Matheson & Collins.

Plaque :

Australia Remembers
1945 - 1995

Victory in Europe
8th May, 1945

Victory in the Pacific
15th August, 1945

Left Side Inscription
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Back Inscription
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Right Side Inscription
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ALBERT, William Ernest

Service number 2126
49th Infantry Battalion
Born 22 Aug 1894

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