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The Tenterfield Methodist Church First and Second World Wars Roll of Honour is a simply designed timber board, set within a timber frame. It lists the names of 72 members of the church community who had enlisted for service. Their names are printed neatly in gold across three columns. Those who made the supreme sacrifice are marked with a cross.
The memorial was unveiled on 20 March 1949 by Lieutenant-Colonel, the Hon M. F. Bruxner, D.S.O., M.L.A. In its article about the ceremony, published on 24 March, the Tenterfield Star reported the original First World War roll had been destroyed by fire when an earlier church burnt down. The paper also listed the names of all those who had served.
The roll is located in the former Tenterfield Uniting Church. It hangs in the northern vestibule of the entrance porch. The church was formed in 1977 but closed in September 2012. Regular services are no longer held on site, and as such, the memorial is not accessible to the public.
Roll of Honour
World War I
World War II
+ Supreme sacrifice
|Last held rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflicts||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit at embarkation||Campaign||Read more|
|Private||F||Arthur||First World War, 1914–18||Killed in action (KIA)||18||Australian Army - First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF)||25th Battalion||Somme 1916 - 1917||view|
|Private||T||Baldey||First World War, 1914–18||Died of disease (DOD)||157/5A||Australian Army - First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF)||42nd Battalion||view|
|Corporal||W R||Billman||Second World War, 1939–45||NX7358||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||2/44th Transport Platoon||view|
|Private||C||Boston||Second World War, 1939–45||1298||Australian Army - First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF)||3rd Battalion||view|
|Marion M||Brush||First World War, 1914–18||WR/2110||Royal Australian Navy (RAN)||HMAS Kuttabul||view|
|Private||R S||Brush||First World War, 1914–18||838||Australian Army - First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF)||view|
|Leading Aircraftman||C||Cannon||Second World War, 1939–45||137677||Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)||RAAF Narromine||view|
|Sergeant||D||Condie||Second World War, 1939–45||A2150||Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)||391 Squadron||view|
|Private||G||Cowin||Second World War, 1939–45||NX173078 (N168021)||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||7th Australian AAD||view|
|Private||L W||Cowin||First World War, 1914–18||QX32030||Australian Army - Second Australian Imperial Force (2nd AIF)||2/10th Infantry Battalion||view|