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Albury Methodist Church First World War Memorial Windows

Albury Methodist Church First World War Memorial Windows
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Description / Background

Two stained glass windows dedicated to those who fell in the First World War. The memorials are located in the former Albury Methodist Church, located on the corner of Olive and Swift Streets.

Inscription

First window

IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE
PRIVATE C.SHARP 31ST JULY 1916.
CORPORAL FRANK MALONEY 15TH APRIL 1917.
PRIVATE E SHARPE 11TH MARCH 1917.
PRIVATE H.A. MALONEY 9TH OCTOBER 1917.

Second window

IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE LATE
CAPT. A.L. HEWISH.
BORN AT BLANEY 12TH JULY 1894.
KILLED AT
PASSCHENDALE RIDGE FRANCE
5TH OCTOBER 1917.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Captain A L HEWISH World War 1 AIF Passchendale, France view
Corporal Frank MALONEY World War 1 view
Private H A MALONEY World War 1 view
Private C SHARP World War 1 1609 AIF Fleurbaix, France view
Private E SHARP World War 1 2511 AIF Martinpuick, France view

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Address
Former Albury Methodist Church
545 Olive Street
Albury NSW 2640
Local Government Area
Albury, City of
Setting
Building – inside
Memorial type
Stained glass window
Recorded by
Peter Levarre-Waters
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18