Nundle Presbyterian Church World War I Honour Roll

Nundle Presbyterian Church World War I Honour RollNundle Presbyterian Church World War I Honour Roll, plaque at bottom right
Description

The Nundle Presbyterian Church World War I Honour Roll was unveiled on  Sunday 18 August 1918. The Daily Observer's 24 August 1918 issue describes the unveiling and dedication of the roll of honour. The Reverend W Beck conducted the service and Miss E Wiggan, who had three brothers at the front, performed the unveiling ceremony. 

In time the Presbyterian Church became the Uniting Church. The Nundle Uniting Church closed on 8 December 2002 and the honour roll was presented to the Nundle RSL on 25 April 2004 to be placed in a public place. It is now located in the Nundle War Memorial Hall.

Materials
  • Timber
Inscription

Board:

Presbyterian Church of Australia
Nec Tamen Consumebatur

NUNDLE HONOUR ROLL

[list of names]

 

Small plaque on bottom right of board:

After the closure of the Nundle Uniting Church
8th. December, 2002, this Honour Roll
was presented to the Nundle RSL on the
25th. April, 2004 for placement in a public place.

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Veterans listed on this memorial

Address
Nundle Memorial Hall
Jenkins Street
Nundle NSW 2340
Local Government Area
  • Tamworth Regional Council
Location/surrounding area
The Presbyterian Church Honour Roll is located within the Nundle Memorial Hall on the western wall.
Memorial type
  • Board/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Established date
1918
Dedication date
18/08/1918
Conflict/s
  • First World War, 1914–18

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