Inverell Club Honour Roll
The Inverell Club has a beautiful brass honour roll mounted on timber. It features a wreath at the top with the letters IC in the centre. Bewteen the nine names of members who served during the First World War is a broken column signifying life cut short.
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Ashford Honor Roll
Following the opening of the new Shire Office at Ashford, their carved oak Honor Roll was unveiled by Mrs. George Phifer on 21 April 1917. At that time 130 names had been recorded in gold, including four sons from each of the Sutherland, Wells, Chisholm and Bryant families.... more details
Beaulieu Honor Roll
For many years the Beaulieu community worked hard to raise funds to build their Memorial Hall and provide a local Honor Roll. Built by Mr A R (Bob) Smith, the hall was designed by Inverell Architect J F O’Connor who, as Patron of the Inverell Branch of the RSSILA, performed the opening cere... more details
Bonshaw Honor Roll
At a community function held at Bonshaw on Friday 27 September 1918 a substantial bronze Honor Roll was unveiled by Mrs. Fraser of Lagoon Flat. Mrs. Fraser’s two sons, Donald and Alexander, died during the War. Thirty nine names were inscribed on brass plaques attached to this Honor Roll wh... more details
Bukkulla District Honor Roll
During April 1916 a Mr James Wason announced that Bukkulla residents wanted to have an Honor Roll to be kept at the Bukkulla Union Church. He was one of several people who gave a donation toward same.
The timber board, with columns on either side, originally had seventeen names inscribed ... more details
The Tingha Advocate and North Western Journal reported on 26 April 1918 that the Bundarra obelisk was unveiled by the President of the then Gostwyck Shire, Councillor Heagney on 20 April 1918.
The gray obelisk was made of Uralla granite and designed by Mr M Hardy... more details
Delungra Honor Roll
This Honor Roll was made by the building company Wunderlich Ltd and is one of two located in the Inverell District. The Company completed several of these boards, including one for their own employees who served during WW1.
Made of pressed and stamped metal and mounted on timber, it featu... more details
Delungra Anzac Park Gates
These memorial gates were created to mark the centenary of World War 1 and includes names from the surrounding areas of Kooloona, Delungra, Myall Creek, Graman, Little Plain, and Mt. Russell.
Two Delungra men, Jim Townsend and Harry McNaughton brought the idea to fruition and the murals w... more details
Dinton Vale Honor Roll
This beech, cedar and kauri pine Honor Roll was designed and made by Mr A. Smale of Dinton Vale. The top of the Gothic style board was carved with kangaroo, bulldog and emu. There were fifty one names recorded, made of gilded raised lead.
At the invitation of the Inverell Mayor Ald G B Ri... more details
Elsmore Honor Roll
This large Queensland maple Honor Roll with a victor’s wreath at the top was made in Sydney. The World War 1 names are recorded on two panels bounded by decorative columns on each side.
Mrs. Dodd unveiled the Honor Roll at the local hall on Saturday, 6 July 1918.... more details
Fernhill Honor Roll
The Fern Hill Honor Roll was unveiled by Miss Mackie at the school on Friday 21 November 1919. The board includes the names of ex-pupils who enlisted as well as residents. It is made of polished timber with names in gold lettering on a black background.... more details
Graman Honor Roll
This timber Honor Roll with glass front doors was unveiled during an evening function held at the old Graman Hall on Saturday 29 September 1917. It was made by Mr Smale of Dinton Vale and unveiled by Mrs. B A McCosker of Cherry Tree Hill.
The Honor Roll now has pride of place in the main ... more details
Gilgai War Memorial
Fund raising for this memorial began in 1920; the final cost was one hundred and fifty two pounds. The land was provided by the Lands department and the first trustees were Messrs D Strahley, S Woodford and A T Brissett.
It was constructed by Mr. C S Thorley, using six foot square (1.8 me... more details
Gilgai Honor Roll
This polished oak honor roll, with the names of local soldiers and two nurses, was unveiled on Friday 8 June 1917. It was made at Mr. B M Wade’s works in Inverell and paid for by Gilgai residents.
Mrs. Woodford and Mrs Kramer unveiled the Roll – both Mothers had three sons enl... more details
Goonoowigall School Honor Roll
Currently it is not known who made this timber World War 1 Honor Roll which was unveiled in December 1941 by Pastor Jenner of the Inverell Church of Christ. The school Parents and Citizens Association organised the Roll on which eleven names are recorded, written in gold lettering. This Honor Rol... more details
Gum Flat Honor Roll
Following several patriotic speeches at a special function at Gum Flat, this Honor Roll was unveiled on Wednesday 3 October 1917 by Mrs. S L Cohen. It had been covered by a large Union Jack flag and red, white and blue ribbons.
Similar to the Delungra Honor Roll, it was designed and craft... more details
Inverell Honor Roll
On Friday 27 August 1923 The Inverell Times newspaper reported that at a large ceremony held at Inverell Town Hall, the Honor Roll was unveiled by Mrs Wright of Bundarra Road. Her five sons had served during the War; one was Killed in Action in 1918. This Roll, with hundreds of names engraved on ... more details
Inverell Anglican Church
The oak panelled Anglican Church Honor Roll, made by returned soldiers at Randwick Hospital, was unveiled on Sunday 4th May 1919 by Mrs. W D Wright of Inverell. Her five sons enlisted for service during World War 1.
The Honor Roll shows the names of approximately three hundred men, includ... more details
Inverell Intermediate High School
Made of polished wood with gold lettering, this Honor Roll contains hundreds of names of former pupils. It was unveiled by the School Inspector, Mr. McKenzie, during a ceremony held at the School to mark Empire Day on Friday 23 May 1924.
Mrs Bone placed wreaths on behalf of the old boys. ... more details
Inverell Methodist Church
This Honor Roll, which was present to the Church by Mr. Percy Nott, was unveiled on Sunday 26 March 1916, during anniversary celebrations for the Church. The Roll commemorates those who responded to the ‘great call of the Empire’. The day’s events began with a parade led by the ... more details
Inverell Presbyterian Church
At a service on Sunday 10 September 1916 the Honor Roll at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was unveiled by Mrs Hugh Currie. It was made of Queensland Maple by Mr B M Wade and French polished. The seventy nine inscribed names were arranged in three columns bordered by a Gothic arch.
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Inverell - Ross Hill Public School
This polished oak Honor Roll was designed by Mr H A Roberts, made by builder Mr S H Curry and engraved by Messrs Thomas Bros. Mrs Furze, wife of the President of the P & Co Association, was asked to unveil the Roll at a night function held at the School on Thursday 9 November 1918. Fifty nine... more details
Little Plain Public School Honor Roll
As reported in The Inverell Times newspaper, Tuesday 18 July 1916, this Honor Roll, unveiled in July 1916, was first in the Little Plain District. It was the idea of the School Headmaster, Mr. Bateson ‘to pay a tribute of honor to the old time pupils of Little Plain School who have voluntee... more details
Long Plain and Sinclair Public School
This Honour Roll was unveiled at the Sinclair Public School on Saturday 6 October 1917 by Mrs. Bell, mother of the two Bell boys listed on the Roll. The oak framed Roll was presented to the School by Mr. T.G. Mitchell of Long Plain and was intended to be kept at the school.
(Reported in T... more details
Mount Russell Honor Roll
Currently no details are known about this timber framed Honor Roll which has a coloured emblem at the top and forty three names written in old English script.
The idea of creating an Honor Roll was initiated in August 1918 by the Mount Russell Branch of the Farmer’s and Settlers Ass... more details
Oakwood and Cherry Tree
The Oakwood Public Hall was the venue for the presentation of this large Honor Roll on Saturday 22 March 1919. A large gathering of residents watched as Mrs. Palmer unveiled the Roll which bears the names of four of her sons, two of whom were killed in action during the War.
This beautifu... more details
Nullamanna Honor Roll
This Honor Roll was installed at the Nullamanna Hall to provide ‘a permanent and honourable record of the locality’s contribution in deed and blood to the Great War.’
In the presence of Inverell Mayor, Ald. G B Ring, the marble scroll style Roll was unveiled by Mrs. Scot... more details
Tingha Methodist Church
Twenty nine names were recorded on the Tingha Methodist Church Honor Roll when it was unveiled by Mrs. A Eggins on Sunday evening 27 January 1918. The names on the Gothic style Roll were written in gold lettering and included three of Mrs Eggins sons, one of whom died during the War.
The ... more details
Tingha Loyal Hope Lodge MUIOOF
A crowd of over three hundred people were present at the ceremony to unveil the Tingha Lodge Honor Roll on Wednesday 6 October 1920. The Grand Master of the Order, Bob Cameron, unveiled the Roll and paid tribute to those who had served during the War.... more details
Yetman Honor Roll
Mrs. McPherson, whose three sons served during World War 1, unveiled this Honor Roll in September 1918. She donated a Roll to the school and also to St. Andrews Church of England in memory of her son who was killed at Gallipoli in 1915.
The Yetman Honor Roll is now located at the local ha... more details
Inverell Masonic Lodge No 48
Eleven names are inscribed on this timber Honor Roll. They are:-
J Hallett, A Hunt, A J Mather, R McClymont, A McDiarmid, R McKenzie, Rev. J K Miller, J Noble, C J Norris, O J Penberthy, W S Williams.
Four of these men were killed during the War.
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