Memory of Constable George DOYLE and Albert Christian DAHLKE
whose uncompromising fidelity and heroic endeavour to do their duty and vindicate the law led to their murder under revolting circumstances at Lethbridges Pocket
near the head of the Warrego River Easter Day 1902 in order to destroy traces of the crime their bodies were burnt but the ashes having been subsequently recovered were interred in this place 13 January 1904.
Thou hast been faithful over a few things.
I will make thee ruler over many things.
Albert Christian DAHLKE
born Pimpama 10 December 1875
born Brookfield 28 Apr 1869
Erected by sympathisers and admirers of true manliness throughout Australia.
100th Anniversary Memorial 1902-2002
On April 2002 members of the Doyle, Dahlke and Collins families, accompanied by members of the Queensland Police Service, gathered to remember the tragic deaths of Constable George Doyle and station manager Albert Dahlke.
Dedicated by Acting Deputy Commissioner R.P. Conder, APM
Plaque sponsored by the Queensland Police Union