Port Vincent War Memorial

Details

Location Corner of Parson Street and Kemp Street, Port Vincent, Yorke Peninsula - South Australia, Australia
Type memorial
Description

Two Grecian style capped columns set on a stepped concrete base. A wrought iron arch spans the top of the two pillars. At the base of each column is a white marble plaque. In the centre of the columns on the top stepped level is a granite boulder set in concrete, on its face is a white marble plaque, at the base is a bronze plate. In front of this on the lower step is a white marble plaque.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened Not yet discovered
Inscription

Face:

Arch:
LEST WE FORGET

Top of left pillar:               Top of right pillar:

        1914                                       1918

Left pillar plaque:

        ENLISTED

 

Right pillar plaque:

           FALLEN

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVER.

Right pillar plaque: UPDATE:

                  FALLEN

                     WWI

   WWII

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVER.

Centre plaque upper:

      HONOUR ROLL

Bronze plate:

           1939-1945

Centre plaque upper: UPDATE

1939  HONOUR ROLL  1945

NAVAL FORCES - MILITARY FORCES – AIR FORCE

 

Centre plaque lower:

   VIETNAM 1965-1972
ARMY             R.A.N.

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Port Vincent Council.

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Nil

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Names

Showing 4 people of interest from memorial

HENSON, Sydney Frederick George

Service number SX16567
Private
2nd/43rd Infantry Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 26 Jun 1912

STUBBERFIELD, Albert Benjamin

Service number SX6888
Sergeant
2nd/48th Infantry Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 1 Nov 1910

WEDDING, Arthur Herbert

Service number 3333
Private
43rd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born Jun 1891

CADD, Horace Alfred

Service number 863
Lance Sergeant
43rd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 19 Apr 1894

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