Melbourne Grammar School WW1 Fallen Honour Roll

Details

Location 355 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Type honour_board
Description

An honour roll commemorates former students of the Melbourne Grammar School who died in service or were killed in action during World War One. The roll contains 213 names of Old Melburnians (Old Boys) who lost their lives and was unveiled by Lord Stonehaven at the opening of the Memorial Hall on the 11th November 1928.

Built 1928
Opened 11 November 1928 by Lord Stonehaven
Inscription

Front Inscription
1914 1918
To Our
Honoured
Dead

Left Side Inscription
[Names]
And You Our Brothers
Who For All Our Praying
To This Dear School Of Ours
Came Back No More
Who Lie Our Country`s
Debt Of Honour Paying
And Not In Vain
Upon A Foreign Shore

Right Side Inscription
[Names]
Till That Great Day When
At The Throne In Heaven
The Books Are Opened
And The Judgement Set
Your Lives For Honour
And For England Given
The School
Will Not Forget

Condition

Good

Names

Showing 8 people of interest from memorial

STRACHAN, William Leighton

Service number OFFICER
Captain
6th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 31 Mar 1888

MCLAURIN, Archibald McGibbon

Service number OFFICER
Lieutenant Colonel
8th Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1
Born 21 Aug 1865

STEPHENSON, Keith Robert

Second Lieutenant
8th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1891

FREW, Reginald Lansell

Lieutenant
Born 28 Aug 1892

CARLISLE, Randil Hugh Frederick

Service number 1154
Second Lieutenant
20th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1878

STRICKLAND, Roland Roy

Service number 6562
Corporal
6th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1887

BRAITHWAITE, William McCarthy

Service number OFFICER
Captain
22nd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 8 Nov 1892

CHAPMAN, Hal Brougham

Service number 5/200A
Lance Corporal
Unspecified New Zealand Army Units
Other Commonwealth Forces
Born 1889