Yeppoon Honour Board
Marble carved First World War honour board, erected by the Livingstone Shire Council for service during the First World War. The roll of honour commemorates 250 individuals, including 68 from Yeppoon. The honour baord includes 25 war dead.
1914 THIS TABLET 1919
ERECTED BY THE LIVINGSTONE SHIRE COUNCIL COMMEMORATES
THOSE FROM ITS AREA, WHO BY VOLUNTARY SERVICE IN THE AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES
DURING THE GREAT WAR, EITHER GAVE OR RISKED THEIR LIVES FOR THE COUNTRY
AND IN WITNESS OF THEIR DEVOTION TO THE STERNEST CIVIC DUTY
A RECORD OF THEIR NAMES.
[NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES] [NAMES]
(refer to photographs for list of names)
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Honour board
- Additional information
The Ulam marble Yeppoon Honour Board, financed by public subscription and listing 68 townsmen enlisted in World War One, was originally housed in a glass-fronted case in the Yeppoon railway station. This marble tablet was incorporated into the 1952 obelisk placed in Beaman Park as the Yeppoon War Memorial. A marble plaque reading Lest we forget inserted above the original inscriptions, was a gift from local businessman, B.C. Kent. Plaques commemorating the enlisted for World War 2, Korea and Vietnam have also been added.
- Recorded by
- Dennis Stocks and Doug Tanner
- Date recorded
- 13 March 2009