Coburg Harrriers Club Roll of Honor

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Location Coburg Historical Society, Bluestone Cottage, 82 Bell Street, Coburg, Moreland - Victoria, Australia
Type honour_roll
Description

Wooden Honour Boards

Brigadier-General Brand unveiled on Saturday night, at the Coburg town hall, an honor roll containing the names of 74 members of the local harriers' club who had enlisted, 22 of whom had been killed. Mr. A. T. Dredge, president of the club, presided, and the mayor, Cr. Campbell, and Cr. M'Donald, vice-president, were also present. Brigadier-General Brand said had unveiled many honor rolls, but none more creditable in the way of numbers than this, and none so remarkable in respect to the death percentage. Returned soldiers were welcomed by the president, Mr. R. Yorke and Cr. M'Donald. Responses were made by Brigadier-General H. W. Lloyd and others.
Age (Melbourne), 2 October 1919.

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Opened 27 September 1919 by Brigadier-General Brand
Inscription

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COBURG HARRIERS CLUB
1914 1919
ROLL OF HONOR

(Names)

*FALLEN

Condition

Good

Names

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DONOVAN, Joseph Kennedy

Service number 215
Private
7th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1893

SCOTT, Rupert James

Service number 3861
Private
29th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1887

MCKENZIE, Kenneth Fraser

Service number 3208
Lance Corporal
60th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1886

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