Quarter Master Sergeant Frank Edward MorrisbyPrint Page
A monument commemorates Frank Edward Morrisby who died on active service in the South African War. Morrisby died after being kicked by a horse a few days after peace was declared.
Lieut.-Col. Cameron unveiled on November 11, at Bellerive, a memorial, erected to the memory of Quarter-master Frank Morrisby, who died in South Africa while on active service.
The West Australian ( Perth), 13th November 1903
|Address:||Cambridge Road & Queen Street, Bellerive, 7018|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -42.87493|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||25-June-1902|
|Actual Event End Date:||25-June-1902|
|Monument Designer:||Charles Watson|
|Monument Manufacturer:||Richard Brown (Bellerive, TAS)|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Wednesday 11th November, 1903|
In memory of Quarter Master Sergeant Frank Edward Morrisby 1st Batt E Company 1st Australian Commonwealth Contingent (formerly Trooper 1st Tasmanian Contingent)
Born 10th March 1874
Died on active service 25th June 1902 at Klerksdorp Transvaal South Africa
NOT FOR SELF