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Bangalow Presbyterian Church First World War Roll of Honour

Bangalow Presbyterian Church First World War Roll of Honour
Bangalow Presbyterian Church First World War Roll of Honour
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Description / Background

The memorial is a timber roll of honour constructed from cedar, commemorating servicemen from the Bangalow Presbyterian Church who served in the First World War. The board has been carved with a Gothic arch shape and has turned columns at each side and a supporting platform at the bottom. The names and fate of 35 veterans are printed in gold in two vertical columns.

The memorial was unveiled at Bangalow Presbyterian Church on 16 July 1916. The service was conducted by Reverend R Miller and Mr W Gay, the oldest member of the church, was chosen to unveil the roll (Northern Star (Lismore), 21 July 1916).

The memorial originally contained the names and fate of 23 servicemen, however further names have been added over the years.


Bangalow Presbyterian


1914 - 1919

Roll of Honour


Veterans listed on this memorial

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Sgt Alexander Brown WW1 1008 view
Henry Cameron WW1 2772 view
Alexander Campbell WW1 3205 view
Sgt William Chalmers WW1 644 view
Major, Dr Charles Corlis WW1 view
Eric Corlis WW1 59300 view
Randel Cowie WW1 153, 60188 view
Bdr Arthur Crozier WW1 1012 view
WO2 John Dick WW1 2324 view
Frederick Diggins WW1 2883 view

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Bangalow Presbyterian Church
Cnr Byron and Market Streets
Bangalow NSW 2479
Local Government Area
Byron Shire
Building – inside
Location status
Original location
Memorial type
Recorded by
Graham Wilson. Col Draper - Bangalow RSL Sub Branch
Year of construction
Dedication date
16 July 1916
First World War, 1914–18