Christ Church Gosford War Memorial

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Description

Stone Celtic cross resting upon the traditional three steps, with dedication and names incised on two of the base faces.

Roll of honour interior. Across the road is the Gosford Memorial Park.

 

Note: Christ Church was originally constructed in East Gosford in 1858 from an Edward Blacket design. The church was moved to its present site a century ago, with the foundation stone laid on 16th September 1904. The building is heritage listed and is currently under restoration - to be finished in time for the centenary.

Inscription

To the Glory of God and in memory of the Great War 1914-1919 also of those here named of our Faith and of this Parish who gave their lives for us Greater love hath no man than this Arthur Renwick, Rector 29th August 1920

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Unit Campaign Link
Pte A Banks World War 1 KIA 01.11.1916 5331 4th Btn Flers, France view
Albert Bean World War 1 KIA view
Pte A E Bushell World War 1 KIA 11.06.1917 2536 36th Btn Messines, Belgium view
Pte H A Campbell World War 1 KIA 2082 1st Pioneer Passchendaele, Belgium view
Capt Flem (Irvine Fleming) Campbell World War 1 DOW 31.05.1915 2nd Btn Gallipoli, Turkey view
Pte V A Cato World War 1 KIA 02.05.1915 23 2nd Btn Gallipoli, Turkey view
Pte W Cragg World War 1 KIA 12.10.1917 2824 33rd Btn Passchendaele, Ypres, Belgium view
Sgt A P Curtis World War 1 DOW 22.10.1917 1326 13th Btn Belgium view
Pte Sam Eley World War 1 KIA 18.05.1917 3513 19th Btn Noreuil, France view
Walter Evans World War 1 KIA view
Address
Grounds of Christ Church Anglican Church,3 Mann Street
Gosford NSW 2250
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Mr Rusty Priest AM, former RSL State President (NSW Branch)Shirley Rogerson, Anglican Parish of GosfordPeter Levarre-Waters
Established date
1920
Dedication date
1904-08-29 00:00:00.0

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