While there are many stories about the movement of the Ultimo Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour that remain unknown, the stories behind the 36 names on the board are a poignant insight into the lives of the local men who enlisted in the AIF.
The Ultimo Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour bears the names of 36 men who enlisted in the AIF in World War I. Only 26 are readily identifiable. The stories of their war service, heroism, larrikinism and injuries are poignant.
The Ultimo Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour lists the names of 36 men with associations to the Ultimo community who enlisted in the AIF. Four of those men never returned.
In 2016, I wrote the content for the Dictionary of Sydney’s Harbour Islands, which explores the fascinating history of the 13 islands of Sydney Harbour.
On 16 October 2015 I delivered a talk on behalf of the Dictionary of Sydney about Darlinghurst Gaol – its stories and most famous inmates.