Wagga Wagga Cenotaph

Details

Location Victory Memorial Gardens, Baylis & Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Type memorial
Description

The Cenotaph was originally unveiled in memory of the fallen of World War One.

The panels bear the name of 202 soldiers from Wagga who were killed in World War One, and also commemorates those who were killed in World War Two and Vietnam.

Built Pitt & Morrow (Wagga Wagga, N.S.W.)
Opened 17 September 1922
Inscription

FOR GOD
KING AND
COUNTRY

Erected To The Memory Of
The Men Of Wagga Wagga
And District
Who Fell In The Great War
1914-1918.

(NAMES)

Left Side Inscription
(Names)
Back Inscription
FOR GOD
KING AND
COUNTRY

Erected To The Memory Of
The Men Of Wagga Wagga
And District
Who Fell In The Great War
1914-1918.

(NAMES)

Right Side Inscription
(Names)

To The Memory Of
Those Who Fell In Vietnam
1962 - 1973
(Names)

Condition

Good

Names

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HESLIN, Brendan Michael

Service number 440787
Flight Sergeant
No. 21 Squadron (RAAF)
Royal Australian Air Force
Born 23 May 1924

BEATTIE, Arnold Locke

Service number 3778
Private
20th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1895

BENSON, Francis Joseph

Service number 1132
Private
20th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1

WILLIAMS, Ancel Arthur

Service number NX35709
Private
2nd/19th Infantry Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 2 Apr 1917

WASLIN, William Pickard

Service number 965
Trooper
7th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1
Born 8 Sep 1893

FITZGERALD, Jack

Service number 27974
Warrant Officer Class 2
Australian Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV)
Australian Army (Post WW2)
Born 30 Mar 1929

DOBBS, Leonard Stanley

Service number 2017
Gunner
1st Field Artillery Brigade
AIF WW1
Born 29 Oct 1896

DUKE, Reginald Herbert

Service number 1096
Private
1st Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1892

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