A branch of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australia (PAFS) was formed in Armidale in October 1910. It was established as the Pride Of Armidale, No. 132. A lodge room was established in Marsh Street and once this building was sold, the 'Honor Roll' was moved to the Armidale Folk Museum.
Constructed of timber, the honour roll has a large pediment at the top with details of the Lodge. It has been formed in two parts with the central part having the names of World War One soldiers. At a later stage, wings have been attached with the names of those who served in World War Two.
Pride Of Armidale
[list of names]
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Corp. Sergt. Major||A||Aidey (Adey)||World War 1||3678||AIF||Army Provost Corps||view|
|Private||PCW||Allen||World War 2||N 244881||Army||V D C 13 Battalion||view|
|Sergeant||DM||Anderson||World War 2||NX38574||Army||2/11 Aust General Hospital||view|
|FLieut||RG||Bowden||World War 2||212889||RAAF||Eastern Area Headquarters||view|
|Sergeant||B||Browning||World War 1||7149||AIF||5th Field Artillery Brigade||view|
|Private||LC||Burgess||World War 2||N163896||Army||HQ West Command||view|
|Private||RW||Chaffey||World War 1||NX160094 (N296699)||Army||19 Works Coy||view|
|Private||W||Cooper||World War 1||DOD 19.10.1918||233||AIF||33rd Battalion||Died at sea||view|
|Corp.||HL||Cowley||World War 2||NX106503 (N19328)||Army||13/33 Aust Inf Batt||view|
|Lieut.||WG||Cowley||World War 2||NX106531 (N19677)||Army||2/1 Aust Inf Batt||view|
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