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A silver plated rose bowl approximately 6 inches in diameter. The bowl was given as a memorial trophy for target shooting competions held by the Mosman-Neutral Bay Rifle Club.
The engraving includes:
Note: the spelling of the surname of C.A. Jhonson, Died of Wounds, is incorrectly inscribed.
Our Fallen Commrades Bowl
Presented by Harold R Rabone to the all round Champion being the Highest aggregate of open range (303) & miniature (22) Championships. In memory of the Members of The Mosman - Neutral Bay Rifle Club who gave their lives for King & Country in the Great War 1914 - 1919
|Last held rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflicts||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit at embarkation||Campaign||Read more|
|Corp||Albert Edward||Agutter||World War 1||DOW||34686||Army||10th Field Artillery Brigade||France||view|
|Sergt||Cecil Frederick||Allen||World War 1||DOW||7675||Army||1st ANZAC Wireless Sig Sqd||Persia||view|
|Lieut||Claude Arthur||Boone||World War 1||KIA||Army||54th Battalion||France||view|
|Private||Charles Dixon||Butler||World War 1||KIA||3479||Army||54th Battalion||France||view|
|Private||Eric Taylor||Cook||World War 1||KIA||6723||Army||2nd Battalion||France||view|
|Lieut||Richard Henry||Doyle||World War 1||KIA||Army||A Coy, 36th Battalion||France||view|
|Lieut||William Samuel Hall||Doyle||World War 1||KIA||15800||Army||15th Field Ambulance||France||view|
|Sgt||Augustine Edward||Dyer||World War 1||KIA||11956||Army||9th Field Ambulance||France||view|
|Lance Corporal||Edward James Crighton||Glassford||World War 1||KIA||4420||Army||17th Battalion||France||view|
|Signaller||John Harold||Godson||World War 1||KIA||2654||Army||3rd Battalion||France||view|