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Location Former Post and Telegraph Office, 106 Brackin Street, Hillgrove, Armidale Dumaresq - New South Wales, Australia
Type plaque
Description

The classical designed marble memorial is attached to the façade of the former Post and Telegraph Office in Hillgrove (1901-1949). It was erected by Mr McPhee, a monumental mason of Armidale to the design of Mr Herbert of the Colonial Architect's Department.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened Not yet discovered
Inscription

ERECTED
BY THE CITIZENS OF HILLGROVE
TO THE MEMORY OF
TROOPER WILLIAM G TAYLOR
N.S. WALES MOUNTED INFANTRY
DIED FROM SOUNDS RECEIVED AT
THE BATTLE OF KOETIZIE'S DRIFT
SOUTH AFRICA, MAY 1900
AND
TROOPER ALFRED J ALLINGHAM
AUSTRALIAN RIFLES
DIED ON SERVICE
SOUTH AFRICA, JUNE 1901

Condition

Good

Names

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ALLINGHAM, Alfred John

Service number 1537
Trooper
3rd New South Wales Mounted Rifles
Australian and Colonial Military Forces (Boer War / Boxer Rebellion)

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