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Balingup War Memorial
Boer War; Western Australians serving in Boer War 1899-1902
Boer War 1899-1902; Several WA Contingent Listings here
Bridgetown War Memorial
Bunbury Methodist Church Memorial
Capel War Memorial
Carnamah-Coorow War Memorial WW1 & WW2
Carnamah's Roll of Honour
Donnybrook War Memorial WW1 & WW2
Enrolled Pensioner Guards and Warders In 1850, as a part of its emigration policy, the Home Government in England began to send out parties of military pensioners to Australia and by 1864 when the policy ended, the influx of pensioners and their families had resulted in an increase in the Western Australian population of over 2000 people.
Greenbushes War Memorial
Kalgoorlie; WW1 Soldiers Enlisted or Born in Kalgoorlie
Kirup War Memorial
Meekatharra; WW1 Soldiers Enlisted or Born in Meekatharra
Miner's Book of Remembrance information provided includes Surname, Given Name, Date of Death, Occupation, Location, Mine Name, Town, Comments
Mullalyup War Memorial
Nannup War Memorial
Narrogin War Memorial WW1 and WW2
Thomsonbrook (Brookhampton) War Memorial
War Memorials in Australia - WA transcriptions of over 40 war memorials for Western Australia here
War Memorials in Australia - Western Australia many transcribed war memorials here
Williams-Narrogin WW1 Enlistments

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