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A monument was erected by the residents to commemorate those who served in World War One.

For the first time since his arrival in the State the Tatiara district was officially visited by his Excellency the Governor (Sir Tom Bridges) yesterday, when he performed the ceremony of unveiling the memorial to those 51 members of the Wolseley district who enlisted in the war, of whom nine were killed or died on service.

The proposal for the erection of the memorial was first mooted soon after the Armistice but it was decided that the matter should be postponed for a while in order not to clash with the building of the District Memorial Hospital at Bordertown. The memorial, which consists of a life-size marble statue of an A.I.F. Infantry soldier, resting on his arms reversed, stands on a pedestal about 8 ft. high, and cost £278, the majority of which has been raised by local subscriptions.
The Advertiser (Adelaide), 30 July 1927.


Address:Tatiara Parade, Wolseley, 5269
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.365458
Long: 140.913065
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event STart Date:04-August-1914
Actual Event End Date:28-June-1919


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 29th July, 1927
Front Inscription

The Great War
1914 - 1918.

In memoriam
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"Lest We Forget" 

Left Side Inscription
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Back Inscription

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Erected by the residents of Wolseley, and Districts, in honor of the brave who took part in the Great War.

Right Side Inscription
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Source: MA,TOH
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