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.
The names on this honor roll are printed in white on a translucent pane of glass. The glass is surrounded by a simply designed timber frame, with a 'stepped' top and sides, typical of the Art Deco period.
The memorial was initially unveiled in the Glen Morrison-St Leonards community, and then later moved to the Walcha Ex-Services Club. Access to the memorial is restricted to the opening hours of the club.
Glen Morrison and St Leonards were small rural communities located in the Walcha District.
GLEN MORRISON - St LEONARDS
THE WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|B||Brazel||Second World War, 1939–45||N290700||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||view|
|Sapper||N||Brazel||Second World War, 1939–45||NX86507||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||2/15th Field Company||view|
|Lance Corporal||R||Brazel||Second World War, 1939–45||NX128796 (N582)||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||view|
|R||Eichorn||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|F||Gardiner||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|H||Gillies||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|F||Johnston||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|J||Johnston||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|R||Johnston||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|A||Lawlor||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
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