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Trooper George Hull : 15-March-2013
Trooper George Hull : 15-March-2013
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A brass plaque commemorates Trooper George Hull who died during the South African (Boer) War.

A memorial service and ceremony of unveiling a memorial tablet erected in the State school, Dunach, by the friends of the late Trooper George Hull, of the Third Queensland Contingent, took place on Friday night at Dunach. The service was conducted by the Rev. A. H. Gillbank, Mr. Geo. Mitchell, M.L.A., performed the unveiling ceremony. Trooper Hull saw a good deal of active service, and was engaged in the relief of Mafeking, but was eventually attacked by fever and died at Pretoria. His family reside at Dunach, near Talbot, where he received his education in the school where the tablet is placed.
Age (Melbourne,), 17 February 1902.


Address:Ballarat & Heales Streets, A.N.A. Hall, Talbot, 3371
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.170304
Long: 143.70187
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event STart Date:06-January-1901
Actual Event End Date:06-January-1901


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 14th February, 1902
Front Inscription

To The Glory Of God And Sacred To The Memory Of
Son Of Mr. George Hull Of Dunach
Who Died Whilst On Active Service
       In South Africa
    6th January 1901
"Fight The Good Fight 1 Tim. V1. 12."

Source: MA
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