NSW Government - Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll
This honour roll is currently not on display at the building, as of October 2016. This listing will be updated when the honour roll has been re-installed.
Impressed Brass Board built by the artificers at Sydney Harbour Trust containing the names of 232 men who served in the First World War including 40 of whom were killed. The board comprises lettering impressed and then enamelled on a brass sheet, the same system being used to make instrument guages on ships. Amoungst the names listed is a Sergeant William Crockett and his eldest son William Ezra Cockett, both were killed within a few days of each other in different battles. Sergeant Crockett was wounded on 19 July 1916 dying of his wounds, while his only son was killed in action several days later at Poziers. Pte Watherston is also listed one of three brothers killed in the war.
Sydney harbour Trust Honour Roll 1914-1918
Location / Surrounding Area:
|Sapper||Fred Anne||Alta||World War 1||1st AIF||14th FCE||view|
|Pte||George Frederick||Ames||World War 1||1st AIF||38th Battalion||view|
|Pte||Albert Howard||Anderson||World War 1||KIA||1st AIF||4th Battalion||Lone Pine, Gallipoli||view|
|A.||Armourin||World War 1||1st AIF||view|
|A.||Armstrong||World War 1||1st AIF||view|
|Cpl||Robert John Trembath||Ball||World War 1||DOW||1st AIF||30th Battalion||Etaples, France||view|
|Sapper||Horace Herbert Charles||Bambury||World War 1||1st AIF||1st FCE||view|
|Sapper||Ronald Hamilton||Bambury||World War 1||1st AIF||1st FCE||view|
|Pte||Thomas||Barham||World War 1||1st AIF||56th Battalion||view|
|Pte||William Henry||Basmann||World War 1||1st AIF||45th Battalion||view|