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Cloke Family First World War Honour Roll

Cloke Family First World War Honour Roll
Liverpool City Council
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Description / Background

The Cloke family decided to honour their son, W. F. Cloke, by dedicating this honour board to his memory. The honour board memorialises their son and other local soldiers.

The board was unveiled at Liverpool Town Hall on 6 July 1918. It is now on permanent display at Liverpool City Library.


For God, King and Country.

Men who have answeed the Call.


Erected by Mr & Mrs A. Cloke & Family in memory of Corporal W. F. Cloke. Killed in action in France October 1st 1917.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
W Andrews view
C Ashcroft view
F A Ball view
B Baly view
F Barker view
T Barker view
J W Beard view
G T Bell view
E H Bewley view
E Biddle view

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170 George Street,
Liverpool City Library,
Liverpool NSW 2170
Local Government Area
Liverpool, City of
Building – inside
Memorial type
Recorded by
Liverpool City Library
Year of construction
Dedication date
06 July 1918
First World War, 1914–18