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The memorial commemorates Sergeant Edmund Parry who was shot dead in a gun battle between Police and the Hall gang at Jugiong on the 16th of November 1864. The memorial features a statue of the brave officer with his horse, and a storyboard explaining the legend of the gun battle.

In 1864, Johnny Gilbert, Ben Hall and John Dunn held up a mail coach between Gundagai and Jugiong and in the ensuing melee, shot and killed the 32-year-old Sergeantt Edmund Parry. The battle took place five kilometres from Jugiong. Sergeant Parry’s murderer, Johnny Gilbert, was killed by police in 1865 and is buried at Binalong.


Address:Old Hume Highway (Riverside Drive) , Jugiong Memorial Park, Jugiong, 2726
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.823664
Long: 148.326496
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event Start Date:16-November-1864
Actual Event End Date:16-November-1864


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 17th November, 2012
Front Inscription

NSW Police Force

Sergeant Edmund PARRY
Killed in the courageous 
execution of his duty 
on the
16th of November, 1864 
in a gun battle with the Hall Gang
at Black Springs, Jugiong  
New South Wales

Source: MA
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