Bodalla War Memorial


White marble tablet with black lettering, mounted on a plinth of granite.The memorial is situated in front of the hall. Note on Veteran Names: Names are listed as they appear on the memorial. Research by William Altmann indicates that H. Payne and J. Sykes were killed in action, and that S. Marsden was a POW. Mr Altmann's research also suggests that the Morts were sons of the second marriage of Thomas Sutcliff Mort, and that they most likely served in the British Army.


Honour Roll Lest We Forget J. Ball [Stonemason's mark]

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
C Baldwin World War 1 view
E G Grace World War 1 view
John Hunt World War 1 view
S Marsden World War 1 view
Capt M Mort World War 1 view
Col G Mort World War 1 view
Harry A Payne World War 1 view
Herbert Payne World War 1 view
James Sykes World War 1 view
F J Taylor World War 1 view
Bodalla Hall,Princes Highway
Bodalla NSW 2545
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Recorded by
Mr William Altmann (Moruya RSL Sub Branch] and Peter Levarre-Waters
Established date
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Dedication date: 
1921-03-09 00:00:00.0
Dedication date
09 March 1921

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