Tenterfield School of Arts South African Campaign Memorial Entrance Back to Search

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Location Sir Henry Parkes School of Arts Building, Cnr Rouse St and Manner St, Tenterfield, Tenterfield Municipality - New South Wales, Australia
Type plaque
Description

Ornate sandstone entrance with mounted marble plaques

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 15 October 1902
Inscription

This entrance was erected
in memory of those who fell
during the South African War
1899 - 1902

He Doth Not Fail Who For His Country Falls

130 Sergeant Major James
Mitchell,
Tenterfield Squadron M.R.
Killed at Elands River, 18th August
1900.

178. Trooper William Bender,
Tenterfield Squadron M.R.
Died at "Bloemfontein", 3rd April 1900
-
Trooper Arthur Percy
Britten Grey,
N.S.W. Bushmen.
Died at "Pretoria", 19th Nov 1901.

This stone was laid by
Mrs C. A. Lee
15th October 1902.

William Reid
President.

Condition

Good

Names

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GREY, Arthur Percy Briton

Service number 201
Trooper
Born 1875

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