Camden Remembers
Soldiers' Memorial Macarthur Park
Arthur William MACARTHUR-ONSLOW (Captain)
Camden RSL Flame Captain A W MACARTHUR-ONSLOW Birth: 25 May 1877 Camden Park, Menangle, NSW, Australia
Marriage: 1911 Cristabel Emily Sarah BEECH
Death: 7 Nov 1914 (age 37) Ypres, Belgium, Killed in Action
Cemetery or Memorial: Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Military                                      Cemetery Belgium
                                     Soldiers' Memorial Macarthur Park Camden

Father: Arthur Alexander Walton ONSLOW (2 Aug 1833 - 31 Jan 1882)
Mother: Elizabeth MACARTHUR (8 May 1840 - 2 Aug 1911)

Arthur had previously served in the Boer War with the 16th Lancers British Army. He sailed for South Africa from Albert Docks England aboard the 'Montrose' 11 February 1900. He was evacuated from South Africa to UK on the 'Bavarian' 14 February 1901.

Arthur was a great grandson of John Macarthur. His father Captain R.N. Arthur Alexander Walton ONSLOW and his brothers Colonel James William Macarthur-Onslow and Lt. Colonel George Macleay Macarthur-Onslow D.S.O. all had distinguished careers

Onslow Street Canterbury, Sydney was named by Canterbury Council "as a memorial to a brave officer who had fallen in the Empire's cause".

Captain Arthur William Macarthur Onslow was serving with the British Forces 16th Queens Lancers when he was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, in early November 1914 age 37.