These decorative oak panelled Honour Rolls with gold lettering, made by returned soldiers at Randwick Hospital, were unveiled on Sunday 4th May 1919 by Mrs. W D Wright of Inverell. Her five sons enlisted for service during World War 1.
The Honour Rolls show the names of approximately three hundred men, including the following who were Killed in Action:-
PS Anderson, AF Brown, F Baldwin, A Bone, D Brown, F Brown, W Brown, W R Burton, W H Bacon, G V Benson, H Campbell, C Cheadle, Bourne, WJ Bucknell, H W Bowd, L E Church, C Drinan, C Daskey, A Fowler, F Fox, C Guan, A Gamble, C Grove, W Grove, A C Gooda, C Guyer, J E Hobbs, K Harris, J A Lennard, E Leese, L Madden, BE Marsh, C McElroy, W Medhurst, F Morgan, D McKillop, WJ Morris, E Mallise, J Newman, C Norris, RC Palmer, J C Palmer, C Peacock, E E Reed, R Roberts, K Saddler, C F St Clair, R Thomas, E Turner, E Woodford, G C Woodford, G H Wright, W Winkworth, J H Wilson, S Williamson, R Dickson.
Photos contributed by D. Wiedemann