Grange

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Grange is a coastal suburb of the City of Charles Sturt, in Adelaide, South Australia, located 11 kilometres from the Adelaide city centre.

Originally called The Grange, the suburb is named after Captain Charles Sturt's cottage,[8] which originally stood on 500 acres (200 ha) of farmland. Sturt's farm was subdivided in 1878 by a private company intending to establish a beach resort.[9] The cottage still stands and is now a museum.

In 1945, the name was adopted in 1945 by the local government area of the Town of Henley and Grange.

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Names

Showing 8 people of interest from Grange

HODGE, Edward Leonard Clare

Service number 1742
Sergeant
16th Infantry Battalion (WW1)
AIF WW1
Born 14 Nov 1894

BARNES, Leonard James

Service number SX16876
Private
2nd/27th Infantry Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 23 Dec 1910

BURRETT, Ralph Edward

Service number SX13063
Lieutenant
2nd/10th Infantry Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 5 Feb 1919

ROBINSON, Allan Inglis

Service number 721
Private
43rd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born Aug 1898

GREIG, Colin Alan Longbourne

Service number 5299
Private
27th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 3 Mar 1896

SINCLAIR, Thomas Walter

Service number 7590
Private
10th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 20 May 1896

STEELES, Arthur Victor

Service number S33088
Private
23 Australian Infantry Training Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 25 Oct 1915

NOBLE, George Franklin

Service number 4754
Private
8th Field Ambulance
AIF WW1
Born 10 Jun 1895

Memorials

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Grange Public School Roll of Honor

Grange Primary School, 39c Jetty Street
Grange, City of Charles Sturt / Henley and Grange - South Australia, Australia

Grange Gollywog Bachelors Club Roll of Honor

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Grange, City of Charles Sturt / Henley and Grange - South Australia, Australia

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