Other Tasmanian Avenues - Queenstown
“Lest We Forget”
The following is a list of the names of the fallen soldiers to whose memories trees were planted by the Returned Soldiers’ Association in the Children’s playground on the occasion of the official opening on Saturday last:- Private W Gadd, Lieutenant J A Hearpe, Private J Norquay, Private C A Poole, Private H Dawson, Private J Dawson, Private T Stein, Private A Stein, Major G Eesterin, Private A Nicholls, Private D Donoghue, Private J Worsley, Private C Weir, Captain H E Massey, Private W Sampson, Private G H Gibbs, Private D Williams, Private G O’Brien, Private A J Stevens, Private T Oldham, Private E G Terry, Private C Banfield, Private H L Paice, Lieutenant R Machin, Private M McCabe, Private G Henderson, Private A Shaw, Sergeant R Fraser, Private J H Hart, Gunner T Main, Private H H Hayes, Private W J Crane, Private W J Lowe, Private H Williscroft, Private W Watson, Private B Campbell, Private C Timothey, Private E Sherrin, Private C C Coxall, Lieutenant K Anderson, Private A C Williams, Private T A D’Alton, Private H Lawson, Sergeant J V Pickett, Private L Gatty, Private R Clements, Private W G Ibbott, Private W Gilham, Private H P Douglas, Private C K Douglas, Sergeant W Munday, Private T Cavill, Private H L Henry, Corporal G Nightingale, Private A J Forsland, Private E Corby, Private M J Corby, Private C Fogarty. (60)
Zeehan and Dundas Herald November 17th 1921 p4
Councillor Smith referred to good work done by the Parents’ Association and others on the occasion of the official opening of the ground, and he had very much pleasure in moving, on behalf of the Council, a hearty vote of thanks to the ladies who provided the afternoon tea, the Parent’s Association, the Queenstown Band, the school teachers, Area Officer V O’Halloran, the soldiers who had planted the memorial trees to their comrades who fell in the war, and to each and everyone who had assisted in any way in making the opening of the ground a successful function. This was seconded by Councillor Paice, and carried unanimously.
Zeehan and Dundas Herald November 21st 1921 p4