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Cromwell State School Memorial


The Cromwell State School Roll of Honour is a marble plaque which lists the names of those who gave their lives in the FIrst World War 1914-1919. The plaque lists those who served with the NZ forces (14 in total), and an additional 59 who served with the British forces. A smaller marble plaque names twleve men who were killed during WWII and one who died in the Korean War. 

On 19 April 2016, the Cromwell State School memorial was moved from its location on Erris Street, to the grounds of the Cromwell War Memorial Hall


John Douglas, 2015

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