|Name||Source of information||Location of memorial||Link||Transcribed by||Notes|
|George Franki: Mosman WWI dead not listed on Mosman War Memorial||Their Name Liveth for Evermore – Mosman’s Dead in the Great War 1914-1918 - George Franki, 2011||Sheet 8||Bernard D|
|Golf Club?||TO CHECK?|
|Lodge Mosman No. 228 United Grand Lodge of New South Wales Honour Roll||Lodge Mosman No. 228 United Grand Lodge of New South Wales / History 1900 - 1931 [Local Studies collection]||Masonic Lodge - to be confirmed||Sheet 20||Bernard D||"... the gavels now in use by the Master and Wardens were made from a portion of the wooden structure of the first Battleship H.M.A.S. "Australia". The gift to the Lodge was made by Wor. Bro. R. Hughes, and at the meeting in September 1925 the Gavels were presented by Wor. Bro. A. Peterson on behalf of the donor." [History 1900 - 1931]|
|Mosman Church of England Preparatory School Honor Roll (1914-1918)||Local Studies Collection - photo of memorial||School?||Sheet 17|
|Mosman District Cricket Club honour board||The History of the Mosman Cricket Club - John Hiscox, 2011||Pavilion, Allan Border Oval?||Sheet 10||Bernard D|
|Mosman Methodist Church roll of honour 1914-1919||Bernard photo||Grand Hall, Mosman Art Gallery & Community Centre.||Sheet 16||Bernard D||Inscription on honour board reads "THEY QUITTED THEMSELVES LIKE MEN."|
|Mosman Public School Roll of Honour||Photo of boards taken at school 2012-08-20||Mosman High School, 769 Military Road, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 15||Bernard D||The building in which the board is located is now Mosman High. The principal's office has a photo of Mena Camp given to the school by teachers Reid & Dinning. Inscription reads: |
PRIVATES J.H. REID AND L. DINNING
Mosman Commercial Superior Public School.
[photo of Mena Camp and pyramids]
Privates Reid and Dinning, who were members of the Staff of Mosman Commercial Superior Public Shool on the outbreak of the war, were amongst the first to volunteer for active service, and left for the front with the First Expeditionary Force.
PRO PATRIA SEMPER.
MENA CAMP, EGYPT, 1914-1915.
|Mosman Rowing Club Roll of Honour 1914-1918||Local Studies Collection - photo of memorial||Mosman Rowing Club, The Spit clubhouse?||Sheet 18|
|Mosman War Memorial||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=997||Mosman Park, The Crescent, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 4||David Roden|
|Mosman-Neutral Bay Rifle Club Roll of Honour||Club Chronology 1915-1920 (revision G, 4 July 2004) http://mosmanneutralbayrifleclub.com||Sheet 7||Bernard D||Rifle Club history says this list contains names from a 1919 roll of honour printed in an Annual Report, and names gathered from the Minute Books.|
|Schools: Shore, Grammar, North Sydney Boys, Fort St, St Aloycious||TO CHECK|
|St Clement's Anglican Church World War 1 Memorial Plaques||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=1825||St Clement's Anglican Church, 144 Raglan Street, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 2||David Roden|
|St Clement's World War 1 Roll of Honour||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=1827||St Clement's Anglican Church, 144 Raglan Street, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 1||David Roden|
|St Clement's WW1 Stained Glass Windows||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=1824||St Clement's Anglican Church, 144 Raglan Street, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 3||David Roden|
|St Luke's Anglican Church Mosman memorial panels||Visit to the church, 2013-02-05||St Luke's Anglican Church, Corner Ourimbah Road & Heydon Street, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 19||Bernard D||Four panels with the names of WWI service men are located at the back of the church, in the mezzanine. There is also a plaque with the following wording beside four stained glass windows: "The Windows of the Four Evangelists were placed in this church to the Glory of God and In Honour of those men of St Luke's Parish who voluntarily served in The Great War 1914-18. Men who hazarded their lives, Acts 15-26."|
|St Peter's Anglican Church Garling World War 1 Memorial bell||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=1718||St Peter's Anglican Church, cnr Belgrave and Winnie Streets, Cremorne NSW 2090||Sheet 6||David Roden and Richard Roden|
|St Peter's Anglican Church World War 1 Honour Roll||http://www.warmemorialsnsw.asn.au/details.cfm?MemNo=1716||St Peter's Anglican Church, cnr Belgrave and Winnie Streets, Cremorne NSW 2090||Sheet 5||David Roden and Richard Roden|
|Warringah Bowling Club Roll of Honor||Local Studies Collection - photo of memorial||74-82 Bradleys Head Road, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 9||Bernard D|
|Scots Kirk Presbyterian Church Mosman Roll of Honour||Photo of boards taken in the church 2012-08-16||9 Belmont Road, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 11||Bernard D||There are two boards; the second is to the right of the organ and records those who didn't return (marked DOS on this spreadsheet)|
|Mosman boards||Boards from Mosman Library's Local Studies Collection. Provenance not known.||605 Military Road, Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 12||http://www.flickr.com/photos/mosmanlibrary/sets/72157631076795036/||Names are taken from the filenames created by the company digitising the boards. Some spellings and interpretations may not be correct.|
|Lodge Sirius No. 292 Honour Roll||Mosman Masonic Lodge||Spit Road Mosman NSW 2088||Sheet 22||Tim G|
|Members of the Mosman Football Club (Rugby Union) 1914-1918 who answered the call||Details kindly provided by Michael Flude, President, Mosman Rugby Club||Clubhouse, Rawson Oval (reproduction will be mounted in the clubhouse when renovations are complete; original severely damaged in that fire in 2006)||Sheet 25||Bernard D|