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A monument commemorates the returned servicemen and their families who settled on Ettrick Estate following World War Two.

Soldier settlement refers to the occupation and settlement of land throughout parts of Australia by returning discharged soldiers under schemes administered by the State Governments after World Wars One and Two.


Address:Camperdown-Lismore Road & Ettrick Estate Road , Lismore, 3324
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -38.041653
Long: 143.246717
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Landscape
Approx. Event Start Date:1955


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 8th June, 2008
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Soldier Settlement Commission  
Subdivision of "Ettrick Estate"

Parishes Of Ettrick & Taaraak
County Of Hampden 1955

This memorial celebrates
the returned servicemen and their families
who settled on the Ettrick Estate
following World War II.
 Their determination, hard work
and fellowship developed
these farms and contributed
to the prosperity of the District
and our Nation.

R.J.C. Steele  Lot 1
R.J. Webster  Lot 2
R.V. O`Byrne Lot 3
A.M. White Lot 4
H.I. Cameron  Lot 5
J.A.C. Steele  Lot 6
N.I. McErvale  Lot 7
J.R. Quarrell  Lot 8
D. McDonald  L
ot 9
R.L. Larmour  Lot 10
I.C. Curtis  Lot 11
H.J. Adcock  Lot 12
D.C. Oman  Lot 13
T.D. Gellie  Lot 14

Dedicated on 8th June 2008

Source: MA
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