The new Glen Innes Cameron Memorial Church was dedicated on Wednesday 9 December 1920. On the same day a number of memorial windows were unveiled by the Moderator-General and included one in memory of the men who fought and fell; and others dedicated to Thomas Scott and the Doust brothers. Mrs Scott unveiled one in memory of her husband who fell in France and Mrs Doust in memory of her sons. The soldiers' window was unveiled by Mr Richard Curtis who had sons in in the war and also had made the arrangements for the unveiling ceremony.
In memory of the men who fought and fell in The Great War 1914-18 | Erected by the congregation
In loving memory of Lieut F.H. Doust MC who fell at Polygon Wood Sept 26th 1917 and Lieut H. Doust MC who fell at Navroy Sept 30th 1918 Sons Of Mr and Mrs F.H. Doust
In memory of Corp. Thomas Scott who fell at Clery Aug 31 1918 | Erected by his widow and daughter
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Lieut||H||Doust||World War 1||KIA 30/9/1918||1281||AIF||30th Battalion||Navroy, France||view|
|Lieut||F H||Doust||World War 1||KIA 26/9/1917||22||AIF||13th Battalion||Polygon Wood, Belgium||view|
|Private||T||Scott||World War 1||KIA 31/8/1918||2648||AIF||33rd Battalion||Clery, France||view|
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