The National War Memorial, Canberra
commemorates Australia's 102,000 war dead on the
National Roll of Honour in Canberra.
They have a searchable database on their huge website.
Nearly every town, suburb and village in Australia has a war memorial.
There is a very useful website
which is broken down into States and then town listings.
When visiting you will be amazed at just how many memorials there are, most with a photograph.
The site also has a searchable name database.
The following Australian men are listed on the
War Memorials of Sutherland
BAILLIE John Sergeant 30th Bn Australian Imperial Force - Rogart WM WW1
CLARKE A Private Australian Imperial Force – Durness WM WW1
DALTON William A Regimental Sergeant Major 22nd Bn Australian Imperial Force – Clyne WM WW1
MACKAY, Hector, Corporal, Australian Army Labour Corps - Skerray WM WW2
MACKAY, John, Private, Australian Imperial Force - Skerray WM WW1
MACKAY William Private 2/4th Australian Machine Gun Bn - Golspie WM WW2
MACLEAN Alexander Sgt 12th Battalion Australian Imperial Force – Lairg WM WW1
MACLEAN Alexander Sergeant Australian Imperial Force - Creich WM WW1
MACLEAN Thomas M Bombardier Australian Field Artillery – Lairg and Creich WM WW1
MACLEOD Donald Private 4th Pioneer Bn Australian Imperial Force – Lochinver WM WW1
MACPHERSON David C L/Cpl 16th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force – Lairg WM WW1
MATHESON Donald Private 2/4th Australian Machine Gun Bn - Rogart WM WW2
MUNRO , Hector W , Private , 2nd Bn Australian Imperial Force - Golspie WM WW1
MUNRO William J Private 44th Bn Australian Imperial Force - Strath Halladale WW1
MUNRO William J Pte 44th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force – Lairg WM WW1
MURRAY Alexander A Private 28th Bn Australian Imperial Force - Strath Halladale WW1
SUTHERLAND D Private Australian Imperial Force - Golspie WM WW1
Memorial at Boorowa, New South Wales
Australians commemorate the anniversary of the Armistice which ended the first World War in 1918.
At 11am on 11th November, as we do in the UK.