Wooden board containing the names of 16 men of the Dural district who enlisted in the Australian armed forces in World War 2 and died in service.
Located on the northern wall of the vestry of St Jude's Church, Dural.
E.J. FINDLAY should read J.E. FINDLEY
A.W. LAWSON should read A.C. LAWSON
J.E. MORAN should read J.F. MORAN
Roll of Honour
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Private||Edgar Dalkeith Allen||Neil||World War 2||KIA 5/08/1941||NX 21474||Army||2/1 Field Workshop, 6th Division AIF||Tobruk||view|
|Gunner||Ronald Leslie||Scott||World War 2||Died Accident 23/02/1944||N 175241||Army||83rd Mobile Anti - aircraft, Searchlight Battery||PNG||view|
|Flight Sergeant||Gordon Robert||Sedger||World War 2||KIA 27/01/1943||403701||RAAF||RAF 460 Squadron||Europe||view|
|Private||Andrew William Leonard||Smith||World War 2||Died while POW 29/01/1945||NX 56588||Army||2/18th Battalion AIF||Malaya||view|
|Warrant Officer||John Buxton||Stinson||World War 2||KIA 23/09/1944||420783||RAAF||RAF 463 Squadron||Europe||view|
|Private||Ronald Henry||Yerbury||World War 2||Drowned in Montevideo Maru' sinking while POW 1/07/1942||NX 66145||Army||1st Independent Company||PNG||view|
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