Trooper H. W. Waddell Print Page
A monument commemorates Trooper Waddell, a native of Singleton who fell in active service at Pienaars River South African War September 27th 1900.
Monument charateristics :
Sandstone obelisk with relief carving of a mounted trooper, laurel wreath, and crossed rifles at base.
|Address:||George Street (New England Highway), Burdekin Park, Singleton, 2330|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.563233|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||27-September-1900|
|Actual Event End Date:||27-September-1900|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 27th September, 1903|
Erected to the Memory of
TROOPER H. W. WADDELL
The Bushmen`s Contingent.
A NATIVE OF SINGLETON
who fell IN ACTIVE SERVICE
At Pienaars River
South African War
September 27th 1900.
Unveiled September 27th 1903 By
Mrs F. A. BENNETT
Mayoress of Singleton.
The Funds For This Memorial Were
Collected By Shilling Subscriptions
Inaugurated By the Proprietor of
THE SINGLETON BUDGET