The Cundletown District Honor Honor Roll is located within the Soldiers Memorial Hall. The Manning River Times, 8 April 1925 reported that an honor roll constructed by Edstein and Son of Taree was completed and was to be handed over in due course. It contained some eighty names from the Cundletown District; eight of whom made the supreme sacrifice. The Manning River Times, 17 April 1926 reported that the honor roll, then erected in the Soldier's Memorial Hall was to be unveiled on Anzac Day. The honor roll located in the vestibule of the hall was unveiled on the Anzac Day Service held on Sunday 25 April by Mrs Wright who had five sons on service and two killed.
CUNDLETOWN DISTRICT HONOR ROLL
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Corporal||R||Allan||World War 1||11506||AIF||1st Field Bakery||view|
|J H||Bailey||World War 1||view|
|Private||J M||Bates||World War 1||755||AIF||12th LH Regiment||view|
|A||Bates||World War 1||view|
|Private||F||Blore||World War 1||2875||AIF||46th Battalion||view|
|Private||R||Bostock||World War 1||1082||AIF||34th Battalion||view|
|Wofficer||C J||Buttsworth||World War 1||1332||AIF||17th Coy Anzac D S Col||view|
|R||Buttsworth||World War 1||view|
|Private||W||Buttsworth||World War 1||KIA 09/10/1917||6681||AIF||17th Battalion||Anzac Ridge. Belgium||view|
|Driver||F||Campbell||World War 1||4516||AIF||30th Battalion||view|
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