This large timber honour roll is dedicated to the young men from the former Tamworth Presbyterian Hostel who served in World War II. It has classical features associated with other Honour Rolls. Once associated with the Tamworth Presbyterian Church, it is now located within the Tamworth City Uniting Church complex.
The Presbyterian Church established a number of boarding hostels that provided accommodation for boys throughout NSW so that they could attend local High Schools. Some hostels were established at Dubbo, Wagga, Parkes, Glen Innes and Stanmore. In time, they closed as boarding schools were established in country areas as well as boarding hostels established by the NSW Department of Education.
1939 - 1945
of Tamworth Presbyterian Boys' Hostel
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|M R||Webster||Second World War, 1939–45||S/9921||Royal Australian Navy (RAN)||HMAS Rushcutter||view|
|Able Seaman||D||Winter||Second World War, 1939–45||S/7348||Royal Australian Navy (RAN)||HMAS Rushcutter||view|
|J||Winter||Second World War, 1939–45||view|
|Aircraftman Class I||P||Winter||Second World War, 1939–45||166974||Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)||1st School of Tech Training||view|
|Trooper||G A||Woolaston||Second World War, 1939–45||N1189||Australian Army||12th Motor Regiment||view|
|Corporal||K||Woolaston||Second World War, 1939–45||NX31256||Australian Army||2/18th Aust Infantry Battalion||view|
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