Nundle Shire World War II Honor Roll

Nundle Shire World War II Honor RollNundle Shire Office, front
Description

The World War II Honor Roll is located on the northern wall on the verandah of the former Nundle Shire Office alongside the World War I Honor Roll.

The World War I monument was donated by local pastoralist Frank Thomas Payne in April 1918. Following his expressed wish, the World War II monument was donated by F.T. Payne's family in 1947. It is the same design as the earlier one and is constructed of Italian marble, ornately outlined in brown King Edward marble with gilt lettering.

Materials
  • Marble
Inscription

1939 NUNDLE SHIRE 1945

[list of names]
* They Gave Their Lives

TO THOSE WHO HAVE ANSWERED THEIR COUNTRY'S CALL

Erected by His Family at the Expressed Wish of

FRANK THOMAS PAYNE 1947.

Address
Nundle Shire Office
Corner of Jenkins and Innes Streets
Nundle NSW 2340
Local Government Area
  • Tamworth Regional Council
Setting
  • Building – inside
Location/surrounding area
The honour roll is located on the northern side of the former Nundle Shire Office.
Memorial type
  • Board/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Established date
1946-1947
Dedication date
1947
Conflict/s
  • Second World War, 1939–45

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