Burnie Emu Bay Roll of Honour

Details

Location Burnie RSL Club, 36 Alexander Street, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia
Type honour_roll
Description

The municipal honour roll was hung on Monday in the public reading-room, having recently been completed, and in all 427 names are on the scroll, including nurses and naval men who enlisted from the municipality. Of this number 71 made the supreme sacrifice. The design is the Australian coat of arms surmounted by flags of the allies, and surrounded by sprays of oak and wattle, the whole being handsomely framed in a massive oak frame. The original design was evolved by Mr F. J. Tallack, and the illumination work was executed at the "Examiner" and 'Weekly Courier" office. The artistic production is a credit to all concerned, and has been viewed by a large number of persons.
Examiner (Launceston) 15th September 1920.

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Built Mr F. J. Tallack
Opened Not yet discovered
Inscription

FOR KING AND COUNTRY
EMU BAY
ROLL OF HONOUR

(Names)

Condition

Good

Names

Showing 1 person of interest from memorial

INGRAM, Bertram

Service number OFFICER
Major
3rd Australian Auxiliary Hospital
AIF WW1
Born 18 Dec 1876