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Batemans Bay War Memorial
Bellingen War Memorial (WWI)
Camden District Roll of Honour WW1 & WW2
Castlereagh Roll of Honor  WW1
Castlereagh Upper; Honor Roll  WW1
Freemans Reach; Roll of Honour WW1 & WW2
Hunter Valley; Boer War Volunteers
Milton War Memorial WW1

Milton Soldiers who fought in the Boer War 1899-1902
Milton; soldiers killed in WW1 1914-1918
Milton Ulladulla  World War I Index to names
Nelligen War Memorial
New South Wales Men serving in the Boer War 1899-1902
NSW Government Railways and Tramways Roll of Honour, 1914-19 railway employees who died in the First World War. This index is complete and contains 1214 entries
Richmond; Richmond War Cemetery
St Marys WW1 Soldiers
St Marys WW2 Soldiers
Soldiers and Marines Index 1787-1830 (courtesy Society Australian Genealogists) from the beginning of the colony of New South Wales in 1788 until 1870 various British military regiments including the Marines were stationed  to protect the inhabitants by acting as a police force and to keep law and order
Sudan War Nominal Roll 1885 provides details of personnel serving in the NSW Contingent to the Sudan, 1885
Tumblong; Union Jack Memorial WW1, WW2, Boer War
Tumbarumba; Roll Of Honour WW2
War Memorials in Australia - NSW transcriptions of over 200 war memorials for NSW here
Wilberforce Park War Memorial WW1, WW2, Korean War, Vietnam War
Yass; St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour WW1

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