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The Robinswood Homestead commemorates Lieutenant George Robin Cuttle, M.C. who was killed in action on France in May 1918 during World War One.
The town of Robinvale and the homestead were named after George Cuttle whose family farmed in the area. He had joined the Royal Flying Corps (via the British Army) as an observer gunner and was killed when his 49 Squadron DH9, C6094, was shot down on May 9th, 1918 over France.
|Address:||McLennan Road, Robinswood Homestead, Robinvale, 3549|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.579544|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||09-May-1918|
|Actual Event End Date:||09-May-1918|
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1926|
Historic Robinswood Homestead
Built circa 1926 and named in memory of Lieut.George Robin Cuttle, M.C.
Killed in action in France 1918.
Refurbished 1979 and re-opened on 11th August, 1980. by Councillor William F. McGinty, Shire President, Shire of Swan Hill