Sergeant Albert Lock Print Page
Information panel commemorates Sergeant Lock who died of wounds during World War One. Funding for the panel was received through the Anzac Centenary Grants Program.
A clerk with civil engineering training prior to enlistment, Corporal Lock embarked from Melbourne on HMAT Aeneas on 3 October 1916. After being promoted to the rank of sergeant he died of wounds on 9 October 1917, aged 30, at Passchendaele, Belgium. After the war, the town of Lock, SA, was named after Sergeant Lock who had been an officer of the Land Office, Department of Lands, South Australia.
|Address:||Ettridge Street, Lock and Districts Heritage Museum, Lock, 5633|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.568078|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||2014|