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Bon Marche Ltd First and Second World Wars Honour Roll

Bon Marche Ltd First and Second World Wars Honour Roll
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Description / Background

The Bon Marche Honour Roll memorialises the employees of Bon Marche Ltd who served in the First and Second World Wars. It is made of bronze, with incised and raised lettering.

There are two Bon Marche honour rolls on permanent display on the top floor of the Liverpool Library, located on the rear wall.

The two honour rolls from the Liverpool Bon Marche stores were originally mounted in the Bon Marche store in Broadway Sydney. These honour rolls were moved to Liverpool in 1962 when Bon Marche opened a new store and headquarters in George Street, Liverpool. That building is now occupied by Spotlight, opposite the entrance to the Liverpool Library.

These honour rolls were given to the City of Liverpool and District Historical Society in 1995.

Inscription

Honour Roll

In memory of the employees of
BON MARCHE LTD
who served their country in the two World Wars

1918-1918 War

[Names]

1939-1945 War

Men
[Names]

Women
[Names]

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
W C Baker Second World War, 1939–45 view
W Barrington Second World War, 1939–45 view
J D Bennett Second World War, 1939–45 view
A W Bining First World War, 1914–18 view
W H Bishop Second World War, 1939–45 view
J D Black Second World War, 1939–45 view
L G Bogan Second World War, 1939–45 view
P O Bonner Second World War, 1939–45 view
N S Britton Second World War, 1939–45 view
A J Card Second World War, 1939–45 view

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Address
Liverpool City Library
170 George Street
Liverpool NSW 2170
Local Government Area
Liverpool, City of
Setting
Building – inside
Location status
Moved/altered
Memorial type
Board/roll/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Liverpool City Library
Year of construction
1949
Dedication date
22 April 1949
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Second World War, 1939–45
Materials
Bronze