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Murwillumbah High School Second World War Roll of Honour

Murwillumbah High School Second World War Roll of Honour
Murwillumbah High School World War 2 Honour Roll
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Description / Background

An ornately decorated bronze roll of honour for the Second World War located in the Murwillumbah High School foyer.

The Tweed Daily on 6 March 1947 reported the school was ready to finalise the list of names of ex-students who had served. The names were to be displayed in A. E. Budd and Sons and A. E. Woods' windows for review, amendments and last submissions.

The school had also planned a film projector unit, a public address system and an avenue of trees as part of their war memorial. The whole was almost completed by early October 1947 (Tweed Daily, 8 Oct 1947). The memorial also included various plaques and the unveiling ceremony took place on Saturday 8 November 1947.


[In wreath, Murwillumbah High School insignia] Murwillumbah High School - Pergo Periclitor Perago

A tribute to the ex-
pupils of Murwillumbah
High School who served
in World War II, 1939-45



Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Leading Aircraftman A R Baker World War 2 539637 RAAF view
Pilot Officer A L Baker World War 2 403159 RAAF United Kingdom view
Pilot Officer H Boyd World War 2 426823 RAAF Scotland, United Kingdom view
Flying Officer H Budd World War 2 416307 RAAF Atlantic Ocean view
Driver D Colefax World War 2 NX73339 (N165029) Army At sea off Brisbane view
Warrant Officer F Cookman World War 2 404199 RAAF Middle East view
Sergeant L Dawes World War 2 414541 RAAF New Guinea view
Flying Officer T J Donohue World War 2 411880 RAAF United Kingdom view
Flying Officer R Finch World War 2 405176 RAAF United Kingdom view
Flight Sergeant L Fincham World War 2 425630 RAAF France view

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86 Riverview Street
Murwillumbah NSW 2484
Local Government Area
Tweed Shire
Building – inside
Memorial type
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Year of construction
Dedication date
08 November 1947
Second World War, 1939–45