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Boer War Memorial, Carr Ellison Park

A memorial to seven local men men who were killed in the Boer War of 1899-1902 was built on a mound adjacent to the Dell in Carr Ellison Park, Hebburn. It was funded by public subscription. The memorial was unveiled in 1905 and consists of a globe showing the outline of Africa on a draped tapering column, all in polished dark grey granite.

Carr-Ellison Park Historic Buildings and Monuments in South Tyneside Boer War Memorials Second Boer War (1899-1902)
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Boer War Memorial in Carr Ellison Park, Hebburn

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Tyne and Wear HER(10890): Hebburn, Carr-Ellison Park, South African War Memorial
- "c. 1903. A fine South African war memorial paid for by public subscription, commemorating the seven local men who were killed in the Transvaal. The memorial is a globe showing …

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