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Lavington Cenotaph

Lavington Cenotaph

To get to the Lavington Cenotaph take Hwy 6 east of Vernon to Lavington. Turn right onto School Road and go about half a mile. The Cenotaph is in Lavington Centennial Park which is on your right.

PLAQUES

There are three plaques on the Lavington Cenotaph.

Plaque 1

            TO THE GLORY OF GOD
             AND IN MEMORY OF

MAJOR N.H. MONCRIEFF          2ND. C.M.R.
CAPT. J.R. MOORE M.C.      CHESHIRE REGT.
CAPT. A.P. FOSTER                K.R.R.C.
LIEUT. S.U. BAILEY                   R.E.
LIEUT. J.K.P. PATERSON  EAST SURREY REGT.
LIEUT. T.M. SPECHLEY               R.A.F.
SGT. C. CLARKE  2ND.               C.M.R.
PTE. J.D. EKINS 2ND.               C.M.R.
PTE. F. FELLINGHAM             47TH BATT.
PTE. A. SMITH                 112TH BATT.
PTE. D.L. SMITH                54TH BATT.
PTE. G. SMITH          3RD. PIONEER BATT.
S.S.  L. PELLOUX          FRENCH INFANTRY

              FROM LAVINGTON
      WHO FELL IN THE WAR 1914 - 1919

 

Lavington Cenotaph Plaque 1

Plaque 2

   UNVEILED BY
  H.R.H. EDWARD
 PRINCE OF WALES
REDEDICATED 2006

 

Lavington Cenotaph Plaque 2

Plaque 3

   KOREA
1950 - 1953

 

Lavington Cenotaph Plaque 3