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The wooden honour roll, with names in gold and Australian Flags mounted either side,  commemorates former students and citizens of Appin who served in World War One. 

This is a replica of the original Honour Roll that was unveiled on the 11th October 1919 which disappeared by the 1990's.

The unveiling of the Appin Public School Honor Roll took place on Saturday afternoon last at the Appin Public School. Rev. Mr. Armitage, Rector of St. Peters Church Campbelltown, unveiled the Roll in the presence of a very large and representative gathering. Mr. Armitage in addressing the gathering spoke in high terms of the boys from Appin and district who had made their sacrifice to fight for their country-; he related numerous stories concerning the Diggers  and their jocular ways, and proved that not only being army soldiers, were Christian soldiers. The Honor Roll contained some twenty names, and the citizen 's list eight names, — these figures are wonderful for such a small community. 
Camden News (NSW), 16 October 1919.


Address:Sportsground Parade, Appin Community Hall, Gordon Lewis Oval, Appin, 2560
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.194722
Long: 150.784167
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Honour Roll
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event Start Date:04-August-1914
Actual Event End Date:28-June-1919


Front Inscription

1914 - 1918

Appin Public School

Roll of Honour
[ Names ]

Citizens of Appin
[ Names ] 


Source: NRWM, MA
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