Pilot Officer George Gilmour Mallaby Memorial Plaque


Brass plaque attached to a piece of masonry, located inside St Mary's Anglican Church below the Great War Honour Roll.


A.D.M.G. [Ad maiorem Dei gloriam "For the greater glory of God."]

This stone formed part of the Chapel of St James, in Exeter Cathedral, England. The chapel was destroyed by enemy bombs, on the night of May 27th, 1942. It is placed here in memory of Pilot Officer GEORGE GILMOUR MALLABY R.A.A.F. Killed in action, over Benghazi, North Africa July 15th, 1942, whilst serving with the R.A.F.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
P/O George Gilmour MALLABY World War 2 KIA 15.7.1942 402092 RAAF Nth Africa view
St Mary's Anglican Church
68 Church Street
Maitland NSW 2320
Local Government Area
  • Maitland, City of
  • Building – inside
Memorial type
  • Stone/bushrock
Recorded by
Peter Levarre-Waters
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  • Second World War, 1939–45

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