2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government is interviewing WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
A wooden honour roll in the form of a display cabinet with two doors. When the doors are open, the list of names is visible across three panels.
St Matthew's Anglican Church in Rye Park is now a private residence. This roll is now located in the Rye Park Memorial Hall.
Notes on veterans' names:
God, King & Country.
St Matthew's Church Rye Park
Greater Love Hath
No Man Than This
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|private||Sidney Ernest||Gorham||World War 1||2328||AIF||6LH||view|
|private||Reginald Leslie||Gorham||World War 1||6915||AIF||17th bat||view|
|A H||Horton||World War 1||AIF||view|
|A||Howes||World War 1||AIF||view|
|N||Howes||World War 1||AIF||view|
|R||Howes||World War 1||AIF||view|
|private||Alfred Francis Sidney||Howes||World War 1||DOD 20.7.1917||7482||AIF||2nd bat||view|
|private||Abrahan||Keefe||World War 1||KIA 22.8.1918 France||3164||AIF||55th bat||view|
|private||Abrahan, Abe||Keefe||World War 1||KIA 22.8.1918 France||3164||AIF||55th bat||view|
|private||William Patrick||Keefe||World War 1||7501||AIF||3rd bat||view|
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