Congregational Church Roll of Honour

Description

Polished wooden Honour Board with gold lettering. The names are in 3 columns with the Union Jack and the Australian Flag crossed at the top of the centre column of names.

The original location of the Congregational Church is not known, although the records of the deceased veterans listed indicates that all were resident in the Maitland area (see records for C H and R L Proctor, brothers resident in Maitland).Notes on Veteran Names: F Rowley-Collier is recorded on the memorial as F R Collier (there is no record of an F R Collier of Australia dying in World War 1 - his birth surname is given as Collier on the Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour and the CWGC database, together with his serving and married surname of Rowley-Collier). The Australian War Memorial Commemorative Roll indicates S E Peirce received the decorations MC and MID. D J McKay is given on the memorial as J McKay (there is no record of a J McKay of this area dying in World War 1). Status codes for deceased veterans have been taken from information on the Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour and Commemorative Roll, the CWGC database and National Archives records.

Inscription

Congregational
Church
Roll of Honour

World War 11914-1918
World War 21939-1945
[names]

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflicts Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
R M Payne World War 2 view
S E Peirce World War 1 DOW view
H L Peirce World War 1 view
F T Peirce World War 1 view
J Pepper World War 1 view
F J Pilgrim World War 2 view
A O Pinfold World War 1 view
N J Proctor World War 2 view
C H Proctor World War 1 KIA view
R L Proctor World War 1 KIA view
Address
Maitland RSL Sub-Branch Rooms, 3 Bulwer St
Maitland NSW 2320
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Mr. Robert McLardy
Established date
Dedication date

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