This roll of honor is from the town of Nerrigundah, although not marked as such. It is a framed stainless steel plate with engraved black lettering. It is situated on the kitchen wall of the Bodalla Memorial Hall. As Nerrigundah became a ghost town due to the dwindling of gold and the removal of its hall, the roll was moved to Bodalla for safe keeping.
Note on veterans' names: the name 'Patten' could be incorrectly spelt as both Laurie and William are listed as 'Patton' on the Australian War Memorial Second World War Roll.
Roll of Honor
World War II
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Pvt||Leslie William||Bollard||World War 2||RTA||NX161238||Army||5Port OPCo||view|
|Pvt||Arthur Linden||Byrne||World War 2||N239508||Army||35 Wks Co||view|
|Pvt||Willie Joseph||Hattley||World War 2||N268161||Army||3rd Bat||view|
|Sig.||John Bernard||Head||World War 2||RTA||NX114945||Army||view|
|Pvt||Claude Alfred||Jessop||World War 2||RTA||NX120713||Army||35 A Inf Bat||view|
|Pvt||Gilbert Murray||Jessop||World War 2||N43890||Army||LHQ Sch||view|
|O.S||Donald Edward||Mather||World War 2||RTA||S10572||RAN||view|
|L. Bo||Colin John||O'Toole||World War 2||RTA||NX118770||Army||!58 ALABat||view|
|Pvt||Laurie||Patton||World War 2||RTA||NX82576||Army||2 A Inf S||view|
|Pvt||William||Patton||World War 2||RTA||NX126950||Army||2/3 A.I.Bat||view|
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