Crows Nest Presbyterian Church First World War Roll of Honor

The Great World War Roll of Honor - Wooden panel with metal coat of arms Crows Nest Uniting Church - street view

This roll of honor was created to commemorate those who served during the First  World War. It was installed after the war at the Crows Nest Presbyterian Church now known as Crows Nest Uniting Church.

The Reverend Alex Clark was the minister at the Crows Nest Presbyterian Church and in 1916 he accompanied the Australian Expeditionary Forces to England as a Chaplain. He served approximately 12 months at Salisbury Plains in the UK.

Crows Nest Uniting Church is NSW State Heritage Listed.


The Great World War commenced July 28th 1914

Armistice arranged Nov. 11th 1918

Peace Signed June 28th 1919

Roll of Honor

Of the Crow's Nest Presbyterian Church. Rev. Alexander Clark Minister.

Soldier heroes who made the supreme sacrifice:


Other soldiers who served the king: 


Soldiers who enlisted shortly before the Armistice


Australia thanks her sons.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
J Akers World War 1 view
J Anderson World War 1 view
R H Archibald World War 1 view
J Barden World War 1 view
W J Barnes World War 1 view
N Baylis World War 1 view
R Beggs World War 1 view
N Berry World War 1 view
H Berry World War 1 view
F W Brainwood World War 1 view
122 Shirley Road,
Crows Nest Uniting Church,
Crows Nest NSW 2065
Local Government Area
  • North Sydney Council
  • Building – inside
Memorial type
  • Board/roll/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Lorna Bassett
Established Date format: 
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  • First World War, 1914–18

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