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Sydney Harbour Trust First World War Honour Roll

Sydney Harbour Trust First World War Honour Roll
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Alta to Bissett
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Bird to Burton
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Burcham to Chidgey
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Churcher to Cusack
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Cunninghame to Duncan
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Duncan to Foley
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Forster to Graham
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Graham to Head
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Heaton to Jarman
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Jarrett to Kerr
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Juleff to Love
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Kilkelly to Love
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Lyddon to Mitchell
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names McCrimmon to Page
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Martin to McCarthy
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Price to Robison
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Roche to Sharp
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Sellars to Smithers
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Smith to Graham
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Sumner to Underwood
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Tyler to Whitehead
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Sydney Harbour Trust Honour Roll - list of names Watson to Yule
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Description / Background

Impressed brass board built by the artificers at Sydney Harbour Trust (S.H.T.) containing the names of 232 men who served in the First World War, including 40 who were killed. The board comprises lettering impressed and then enamelled on a brass sheet, the same system being used to make instrument guages on ships.

Among the names listed is a Sergeant William Crockett and his eldest son William Ezra Cockett, both were killed within a few days of each other in different battles. Sergeant Crockett was wounded on 19 July 1916 dying of his wounds, while his only son was killed in action several days later at Poziers. Privatee Watherston is also listed and is one of three brothers killed in the war.

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Sydney Harbour Trust

Honour Roll

[Names]

1914-1918

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Sapper Fred Anne Alta World War 1 1887 1st AIF view
Pte George Frederick Ames World War 1 53911 1st AIF view
Pte Albert Howard Anderson World War 1 414 1st AIF Lone Pine, Gallipoli view
A. Armourin World War 1 1st AIF view
A. Armstrong World War 1 1st AIF view
Cpl Robert John Trembath Ball World War 1 4784 1st AIF Etaples, France view
Sapper Horace Herbert Charles Bambury World War 1 2148 1st AIF view
Sapper Ronald Hamilton Bambury World War 1 16517 1st AIF view
Pte Thomas Barham World War 1 2136 1st AIF view
Pte William Henry Basmann World War 1 3235 1st AIF view

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Address
NSW Roads and Maritime Services
33 James Craig Road
Rozelle NSW 2039
Local Government Area
Inner West Council
Setting
Building – inside
Memorial type
Board/roll/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Andrew Howell, Architect; updated by Ronald L McIntosh
Year of construction
1919
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Materials
Brass