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This book lists 86 people from the Crows Nest Presbyterian Church (now the Crows Nest Uniting Church) who served during the Second World War. Each page records the veteran's rank, name, enlistment date, date and place if killed in action or discharge date, service ribbons, type of service, division and spheres of service. There is also a black and white portrait photograph to accompany the listing.
It was prepared by hand by George Greethead, a parishioner of the church, who died on 16 May 1953. The book was dedicated at the church in September 1947.
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Crows Nest Uniting Church is NSW State Heritage Listed.
Book of remembrance
Crows Nest Presbyterian Church
|Last held rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Campaign||Read more|
|F/SGT||Leonard Laurence||Ambler||World War 2||RAAF||view|
|MAJ||Jack Woodley||Baillie||World War 2||AIF||view|
|F/O||Guy Richmond||Baillie||World War 2||RAAF||view|
|CPL||Allan Raymond||Baillie||World War 2||RAAF||view|
|SGT||James Ronald||Barclay||World War 2||AIF||view|
|SGT||Alan George||Black||World War 2||KIA 9 Feb 1942||AIF||view|
|LT||John William||Burns||World War 2||AIF||view|
|GNR||Norman Alfred||Byrne||World War 2||AIF||view|
|CPL||Ronald Denison||Conwell||World War 2||AIF||view|
|SGT||Margaret Vera||Cork||World War 2||WAAAF||view|