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A tree commemorates F. N. Gaylard, who initiated the first timber industry in the area. The tree was planted during the 1940s by Mr Gaylard and was fenced in 1967 to perpetuate his memory for his contribution to the community and the timber industry. Mr Gaylard died in 1966.
|Address:||York & King Streets, King George V Park, Tumbarumba, 2653|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.773437|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Wednesday 4th October, 1967|
THIS MOUNTAIN ASH TREE (EUCALYPTUS SIEBERI)
WAS PLANTED IN 1940
BY MR F. N. GAYLARD
WHO DIED ON 1ST DECEMBER, 1966.
THIS FENCE WAS ERECTED TO PRESERVE THE TREE AND PERPETUATE HIS MEMORY AND RECORD HIS COMMUNITY SERVICE AND CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISTRICTS TIMBER INDUSTRY, 4TH OCTOBER, 1967