Montville Memorial Gates
Entrance Gates to the Montville Hall. The Memorial Gates consist of four white concrete pillars with green iron fence posts and rails that curve between pillars and the iron gate. The front two pillars display Rolls of Honour to members of the Monteville District who enlisted during the First World War. The left Roll lists 6 individuals who fell during the war. The right Roll lists 33 individuals who enlisted and unique to this memorial, there are 6 individuals listed who were rejected for war service. There is also a dedication plaque on the right side of the entrance.
THE RESIDENTS OF
IN APPRECIATION OF THOSE
IN THE GREAT WAR
FALLEN (6 names listed)
(33 names listed)
Refer to additional images for further inscriptions and names listed.
MONTVILLE HERITAGE TRAIL
These Memorial Gates were unveiled on
11th November 1921. The pillars are made iof
Helidon sandstone. They were purchased
by the people of Monteville and built by
Mr W. Scott for Andrew Petrie, stonemason.
This memorial is unusual in that Rejects
are listed-those who enlisted but for
varying reasons were not accepted.
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Commemorative services held
Dawn Service - commencing at 5.30am on 25 April 2010.
Tea & coffee is available following the service at the Hall.
Contact: Rod Curtis, Secretary, Mapleton RSL Sub Branch. Ph: (07)5445 7171 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, contact the Sub Branch President, Denis Griggs on (07)5441 6718.
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor/Rod Curtis, Secretary, Mapleton RSL Sub Branch
- Date recorded
- 25 March 2009
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