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George W. Stratton : 30-September-2012
George W. Stratton : 30-September-2012

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Monument erected by public subscription commemorates Private George W. Stratton who was killed at Wilmansrust South Africa in 1901.

Colonel Templeton on Saturday unveiled the memorial erected to the memory of Private George T. Stratton, who was killed at Wilmansrust, South Africa, in June last year. It is of very handsome design, and was constructed by Mr. Talachino of Nagambie. The Mooroopna Rifle Club attended, under Captain Kavanagh, and the buglers and drummer of the Shepparton cadets played the Last Post, the school children and the large gathering of people sang the National Anthem, and speeches were given by Colonel Templeton and Cr. M Lennan. Mr. Stratton, father of the late private, briefly returned thanks.
Age (Melbourne), 24 June 1902.


Address:McLennan Street, Mooroopna, 3629
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.392947
Long: 145.364881
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event STart Date:12-June-1901
Actual Event End Date:12-June-1901
Monument Designer:Mr Talachino (Nagambie)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 21st June, 1902
Front Inscription

         In Memory
Private George W. Stratton
Who Was Killed At
Wilmansrust South Africa
June 12th 1901
Aged 19 Years.

For King And Country.

This Memorial Was Erected
By The People Of
The Mooroopna District

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