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03-May-2017 (John Huth)
03-May-2017 (John Huth)

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The Soldiers War Memorial commemorates those who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

Originally erected as a World War One Memorial, it was unveiled in 1925 by Mr Hugh Main M.L.A. 

The Soldiers' War Memorial, which takes the form of a column of Goulburn granite, and is surmounted by a "Digger" in Italian marble, was unveiled on Saturday afternoon by Mr. Hugh Main, M.L.A. Situated at the intersection of Naylor and Icely streets, and close to the traffic bridge, the monument has a commanding position, The Mayor (Alderman N.H. Pillinger) commended the people for the step they had taken in erecting such a fine memorial, and he particularly eulogised the services of Dr. A. W. Hawthorn. It was through his untiring efforts that the memorial had been erected. A subscription list was opened during the ceremony to place a suitable fences around the monument, and nearly £100 was collected.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 13th August 1925.


Address:Icely Street, Carcoar, 2791
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.611345
Long: 149.139377
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 8th August, 1925
Front Inscription

Killed in Action
[ Names ]

[ Names ]

Their Names Will Live For Evermore

1914 - 1918

N. H. Pillinger (Mayor)
Dr. A. M. Hawthorne (Pres.) 1925

Left Side Inscription

1939 - 1945

In memory of all those who served  suffered and died

'Lest We Forget`




Back Inscription

[ Names ]

1914 - 1918

Right Side Inscription

In memory of all those who served  suffered and died


'Lest We Forget`

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