Monday, 16 January 2012
The memorial features a white stone statue of a WW1 soldier, on top of a black marble shaft. The names all appear on the shaft. Statue of a WW1 soldier, atop a shaft with a list of names of local boys who did not return from overseas conflicts.
Front: IN MEMORIAM
Erected by the Municipalities of Beaverton and Thorah.
In Memory Of Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice In The Name Of Liberty And Freedom.
"MAY THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOREVER"
Left Side: THORAH
W. Brown, H. Sewell, H. Taylor, H. Harvey, T.R. Scott, J.R. Wallace, W. Wallace, C. Adamson, E. Maidment, R.A. Campbell, C.D. Woodman, T.J. Kean, C.W. Allen.
Rear: BEAVERTON and THORAH
M. Bagg, F. Devine, R.J. Lynn, McK Cro, E. McMillan, G. Miller, D. Partridge, D. Ulrichson, C. Vyse, S. West, W. Woodward.
Right Side: BEAVERTON
H. Cary, W. Hill, R. Howe, W.H. Brown, H. Edwards, C. McKenzie, W.C. Barber, J.A. McMillan, W.B. Bemister, H.E.M. Cave, Lieut. R. Madill, Lieut. J.A. Proctor, Lieut. F.G. Wallis, Lieut. I.J. McCorkell.