- Situated in Greenhead Park near the bottom entrance at Trinity Street just off the main drive leading to the Memorial for the First and Second World Wars
- The period commemorated is Boer War 1899 – 1902
The marker represents the location of the war memorial in Greenhead Park.
The Inscription reads:-:
In memory of
the men from this district
who gave their lives for their country
in the South African War. 1899 – 1902,
this monument has been
erected by public subscription
- Sergt. H. D. Bottomley 14th Hussars
- Corpl. V. Kenworthy 14th Hussars
- Corpl. T. Dearnley Liverpool Regt.
- Corpl. F. J. Turner W. Yorks. Regt.
- Corpl. E. Settle W. Riding. Regt.
- Driver. J. Goodyear R.H.A.
- Pte. F. G. Calverley 6th Dragoon Guards.
- Pte. T. Matley 10th Hussars.
- Pte. L. Sykes 10th Hussars.
- Sapper. J. S. Lord Tel. Div. R.E
- Pte. W. Hey Scots. Guards.
- Pte. G. Browning Yorks. Regt.
- Pte. H. Kettlewell Yorks. Regt.
- Pte. C. Slater K.O.S.B.
- Pte. N. H. Fitton W. Riding Regt.
- Pte. A. Wilkinson W. Riding Regt.
- Pte. J. Costello Yorks. L. I.
- Pte. A. Pugh Shropshire. L. I.
- Pte. T. Coleman Manchr. Regt.
- Pte. G. A. Roberts Yorks & Lancs. M. I.
- Pte. E. Smith A.O.C.
- Pte. H. H. Morley Imperial Yeomanry
- Pte. A. Sykes Imperial Yeomanry
- Pte. J. C. Mellor 2nd V. B. W. Riding Re
- Pte. H. H. Hemingway 2nd V. B. W. Riding
- Pte. E. Walker 2nd V. B. W. Riding Re
- Pte. W. H. Smith Thorneycroft’s M. I.
- Pte. J. E. Walker N.S.W. Bushmen