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Greenhead Park

Trinity Street




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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Serviceman/woman sculpture
  • Metal Metal (any)
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • Boer War, Second (1899-1902)
About the memorial: Situated in Greenhead Park near the bottom entrance at Trinity Street just off the main drive leading to the Memorial for the First and Second World Wars This memorial was unveiled by Lieut. General Sir J. D. P. French K. C. B.. K. C. M. G on Saturday May 20th 1905
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In memory of the men from this district who gave their lives for their country in the South African War. 1899 – 1902, this monument has been erected by public subscription 1905

Sergt. H. D. Bottomley 14th Hussars Corpl. V. Kenworthy 14th Hussars Corpl. T. Dearnley Liverpool Regt. Corpl. F. J. Turner W. Yorks. Regt. Corpl. E. Settle W. Riding. Regt. Driver. J. Goodyear R.H.A. Pte. F. G. Calverley 6th Dragoon Guards. Pte. T. Matley 10th Hussars. Pte. L. Sykes 10th Hussars. Sapper. J. S. Lord Tel. Div. R.E Pte. W. Hey Scots. Guards. Pte. G. Browning Yorks. Regt. Pte. H. Kettlewell Yorks. Regt. Pte. C. Slater K.O.S.B. Pte. N. H. Fitton W. Riding Regt. Pte. A. Wilkinson W. Riding Regt. Pte. J. Costello Yorks. L. I. Pte. A. Pugh Shropshire. L. I. Pte. T. Coleman Manchr. Regt. Pte. G. A. Roberts Yorks & Lancs. M. I. Pte. E. Smith A.O.C. Pte. H. H. Morley Imperial Yeomanry Pte. A. Sykes Imperial Yeomanry Pte. J. C. Mellor 2nd V. B. W. Riding Re Pte. H. H. Hemingway 2nd V. B. W. Riding Pte. E. Walker 2nd V. B. W. Riding Re Pte. W. H. Smith Thorneycroft’s M. I. Pte. J. E. Walker N.S.W. Bushmen

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