2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government interviewed WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
Classical sandstone arch with name plates, surmounted by the Royal Coat of Arms. The inscription of the arch reads: Pro tanto qvid retribvemvs. It translates to 'Pro tanto quid retribuemus' which broadly means: How shall we repay [them] for [having done] so much [for us]. Note: The old Romans used V for U.
Front of arch:
PRO TANTO QVID RETRIBVEMVS
Erected to perpetuate the spirit of those who served their country in the cause of freedom 1914 - 1919. Pass not on till thou has blessed their memory and paid those thanks which God appointed the reward of public virtue.
Above each name plaque:
To those who served their country St Johns Roll of Honor
Below name plaques:
Left side: To the Glory of God and in memory of the Fallen these gates were dedicated by the Reverend S. M. Johnston BA Rector of the Parish 23 March 1918.
Right side: These honor rolls were unveiled by His Excellency the Right Honorable Sir Ronald C. Munro Ferguson P.C., G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O. Governor General of Australia 23rd March 1918.
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflicts||Fate||Service No.||Service||Campaign||Link|
|W E||Abbott||World War 1||KIA||view|
|V De L||Alldis||World War 1||view|
|O H||Alt||World War 1||view|
|M W||Anderson||World War 1||view|
|G G||Anschau||World War 1||KIA||view|
|C E||Anschau||World War 1||view|
|E L||Atkins||World War 1||view|
|R||Augustson||World War 1||view|
|F||Baker||World War 1||view|
|H||Banyard||World War 1||view|
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