Collingwood war memorials, then and now.
In the 1990s the two smaller memorials were moved to flank the main one, so they are now together in one group.
They consist of:
Four brothers, the children of Frederick John and Fanny Jane Harvey of Collingwood, all served in the same unit during the First World War. Three were killed during the war Charles Harvey (23/1661), Percy Harvey (7/209) and Frederick Harvey (6/3342). The other brother William Harvey (6/254), returned to New Zealand and died of wounds within a year. Read more about these brothers on Auckland Museum's Cenotaph database.
|Memorial||Style||Ornamentation||Unveiling Date||No of Dead|
|Main (centre) memorial||Square obelisk||Palm leaf||25-Apr-1923||54|