First World War, 1914–18

Brewarrina Public School Honor Roll

Fatigued fractured white marble plaque, with black cut-in inscription with 494 characters. The plaque is supported by a concrete base and surround.

52 returned service persons are listed, of whom 10 were killed overseas and 21 wounded.

Maker and designer unknown, although it was most likely made and designed as a community project instigated by a previous school principal and committee.

1920
04/06/2019
Inscription: 

Brewarrina Public School
Honor Roll

[list of names]

Geocoded Location: 
POINT (146.8595 -29.9646)
Address Data: 
35 Bourke Street
Brewarrina NSW 2839
Custodian: 
NSW Department of Education, Brewarrina Central School
Local Government Area: 
Location status: 
Location status - more information: 
Original location within a school classroom. Following demolition of the classroom the plaque was stored in for some years prior, from approximately 1950 onward it was moved to its current location at the western side of the school property.
Memorial type: 
Materials: 

Bellinger World War I Roll of Honour, Bellingen

The handwritten World War I roll of honour is set in a timber frame and is located within the Bellingen St Margaret's Anglican Church. It has decorative hand drawn-detail with a star and cross at the top with the Union Jack, the Australian flag and the Crown.

In early days, the community was known as Bellinger.

21/04/2019
Inscription: 

FEAR GOD
HONOUR the KING

BE THOU FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH AND I WILL GIVE THEE CROWN OF LIFE
1914  1919
BELLINGER
ROLL OF HONOUR.

[list of names]

Location/surrounding area: 
Located on the front eastern wall of the church
Geocoded Location: 
POINT (152.89479 -30.451484)
Address Data: 
St Margaret's Anglican Church
100 Hyde Street
Bellingen NSW 2454
Custodian: 
St Margaret's Anglican Church, Anglican Parish of the Bellinger
Local Government Area: 
Materials: 
Linked Memorials: 
Bellingen St Margaret's Anglican Church World War II Memorial Plaque
Bellingen Sister Margaret Augusta de Mestre Memorial