Stone Hut Soldiers Memorial Hall

Details

Location Main Road, Stone Hut, South Australia, Australia
Type buildings
Description

Hall, a foundation stone is set to the right of the main entrance. On 14th August 2006 a dedication ceremony was performed for the new paved forecourt, comprising pavers for pioneers and descendants and a Cross of Sacrifice for those who paid the supreme sacrifice and those who served in conflicts and peacekeeping operations.  Red pavers border the cross and the names are inscribed on red pavers within a cream paved forecourt. A flagpole is located in the centre of the cross arms.

Built Not yet discovered
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Inscription

                   STONE HUT

                                                                                                         SOLDIERS

                                                                                                    MEMORIAL HALL

Foundation stone:

                                                                                                THIS STONE WAS LAID

                                                                                                      JULY 22. 1925

                                                                                                               BY

                                                                                                    MRS W. T. BAKER

 

RETURNED & SERVICE
PERSONNEL

 

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Local community
PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Restored 2005

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Names

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HENDERSON, Howard Hyla

Service number 216
Sergeant

CONNELL, Peter

Service number 849
Private
9th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1

GROVES, Horace John Sealey

Service number 3248
Private
32nd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1

STEICKE, George

Service number 2731
Driver

HINCKS, Clement Leo

Service number SX14064
Warrant Officer Class 1
Born 14 Jul 1905

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