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Location 114 Rusden Street, Armidale, Armidale Dumaresq - New South Wales, Australia
Type honour_board
Description

The honour board is made of Japanese Oak. At the top is an enlarged carving of the A.I.F. Badge. The sides are traditionally designed and other aspects of design include Australian flora: one waratah under each end of the top moulding; one flannel flower at each top corner of the frame and a sprig of wattle at the bottom of the board. All of the lettering on the framework as well as on the board is carved.

The designing and wood carving is the work of W. Frederick Brown and the joinery is from the T. F. Mills' factory.

The church was known as the Armidale Methodist Church at the time of the unveiling of the Honor Roll.

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Built Not yet discovered
Opened 3 April 1921 by Lieutenant Colonel H. F. White
Inscription

PRO DET ET PRO PATRIA
A.I.F.
THESE NOBLY
STRIVING
NOBLY FELL
[Names]

Condition

Unknown

Names

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WOODROW, Sydney

Lieutenant
Australian Flying Corps (AFC)
AIF WW1
Born 4 Mar 1886

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