Wimbledon War Memorial

Original digital file

AncellGC1679_WarMemorials_Wimbledon.pdf

Description

There are two tablets on this stone cairn erected outside the Wimbledon School gates.

2 –

Text on plaque –

IN GRATEFUL AND HONOURED MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS DISTRICT WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR

1914 – 1918.

P. DORIA.
B.R. DORIA.
L. J. DORIA.
C. JENSEN.
W.J. PERRY.

3 –

Text on plaque –

THESE MEN,
FROM THE WIMBLEDON DISTRICT,
ALSO SERVED
IN THE GREAT WAR.

E. BATTERSHILL.
L.J. DONOVAN.
G.F. GARDINER.
R.T. HALES.
R. HOLMES.
L.H. HERBERT.
E.H.H. HERBERT.
G. MCKAY.
E.H. MORGANS.
A.H. MORGANS.
W.A. RICHARDSON.
J.E.L. SIMCOX.
W.A. SITEMAN.
A.A. SITEMAN.
H. WARD.
G.T. WHITE.

Research on the online Cenotaph of the Auckland War Memorial Museum has helped to establish the first names of those men who are just listed as an initial.

Location

Wimbledon

Format of the original

Digital photographs

Author(s) / Creator(s)

  • Grant Ancell

People

  • Eric Henry Battershill
  • Lionel James Donovan
  • Briley Reginald Doria
  • Percival Doria
  • Leonard Jack Doria
  • George Frances Donovan
  • Ralph Thomas Hales
  • Robert John Holmes
  • Lawrence Hubert Herbert
  • Ernest Henry Hubert Herbert
  • Percy Gordon McKay
  • Evan Halstead Morgans
  • Alfred Henry Morgans
  • William Charles Perry
  • Andrew William Alexander Richardson
  • John Edward Llewellyn Simcox
  • William Alvin Siteman
  • Alonzo Andrew Siteman
  • Henry Ward
  • George Towry White

Accession number

446486

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