Townsville Grammar School WWI Honour Board

Location of Townsville Grammar School WWI Honour Board

Maurie Blank Administration Building, Paxton Street and Burke Street, North Ward
Townsville QLD 4810

Classical portico inspired timber Honour Board, with six composite style columns in facade and enclosing 5 panels of names to members of the school community who served during WWI. The names of 155 students and staff, including 22 killed in action are displayed in gold script lettering.


The Honour Board bears the inscription PRO PATRIA at the base of the Board and contains the names of the 155 students and staff who served in World War One. 22 past students were killed during the conflict. Those killed are shown with an asterisk next to their name.

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Honour board
Commemorative services held
A service is held each year on the day before Anzac Day. All Senior School and Middle School students attend the service. A similar service is held at the Junior School.
Additional information

This Honour Board was unveiled and dedicated by the then Governor of Queensland, Sir Hamilton John Goold-Evans on Monday, 28 May, 1917.

Recorded by
Bill Muller, Archivist and Kim Steele, Photographer
Date recorded
5 October 2009

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