Point Pearce M* Memorial to Narungga WW 1 to Vietnam Back to Search

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Location Maitland Road, Point Pearce, South Australia, Australia
Type Monuments
Description

A locally cut conglomerate boulder set on a concrete slab. The boulder is between two flagpoles, the Indigenous flag on the left, Australian flag on the right. The whole is enclosed within a steel mesh fence.

A bronze plaque with the title inscription is affixed to the top of the memorial.  

What was formerly a resin plaque in the centre of the face of the monument has had a newer bronze plaque affixed over it.  The plaque contains a listing of names by conflict, from WW I, WW II, Korea and Vietnam.  

 

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Inscription

Top plaque:

MEMORIALTOTHE MEN AND WOMENOF NARUNGGAWHO HAVE SERVED THEIR COUNTRY

Lower plaque:

POINT PEARCE ROLL OF HONOUR

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Narungga Community Council

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Slight damage to the lower plaque

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Names

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KITE, Gilbert

Service number S83543
Private
25th Works Company
Citizen Military Forces (CMF) / Militia - WW2
Born 10 Mar 1910

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KITE, Ronald

Service number SX1722
Private
2nd/10th Infantry Battalion
2nd AIF WW 2
Born 27 Nov 1917

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