A dark timber roll of honour with names printed in gold. The pediment is decorated with coloured Australian flag and Union Jack.
The Wingham Chronicle, 17 September 1918, reported a patriotic social was held at Mr W. McPherson's property at Bo Bo to raise funds for the purchase of an honour roll for the area. The local school was known as Bow Bow Creek until 1900. It was open in the period between February 1858 until its closure in July 1967.
BO BO CREEK
ROLL OF HONOUR
*Killed in Action
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Private||G E||Allen||World War 1||3793||AIF||3rd Mach Gun Coy||view|
|Private||J L||Andrews||World War 1||KIA 26.9.1917||3346||AIF||54th Battalion||Flanders||view|
|Private||J||Carey||World War 1||KIA 19.7.1916||3481||AIF||53rd Battalion||Fleurbaix||view|
|J||Davy||World War 1||view|
|W D E||Downes||World War 1||view|
|Private||C||Kennedy||World War 1||818||AIF||35th Battalion||view|
|Private||R||Kennedy||World War 1||3153||AIF||13th Battalion||view|
|Private||O B||Latimore||World War 1||3771||AIF||1st Battalion||view|
|Private||T H||Martin||World War 1||4601||AIF||45th Battalion||view|
|Private||E W||McPherson||World War 1||3782||AIF||1st Battalion||view|
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