Hayman and Evans Memorial

Description

Metal Palque with wooden frame commemorating Stain glass Windows.

Inscription

'GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS'

THESE WINDOWS WERE PLACED IN THIS CHURCH BY THE STAFF AND CHILDREN OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS

AND THEIR FRIENDS

IN MEMORY OF FORMER SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS.

 

SERGEANT BERNARD EVANS LAID DOWN HIS LIFE IN THE DEFENCE OF SINGAPORE AT MERSING, MALAYA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

ON 26TH JANUARY,

1942

 

SISTER MAY HAYMAN,

A MISSIONARY NURSE IN THE SERVICE OF THE AUSTRALIAN BOARD OF MISSIONARY NURSE IN THE SERVICE OF THE AUSTRALIAN BOARD OF MISSIONS IN PAPUA

WAS SLAIN BY THE JAPANESE NEAR GONA ON 1ST SEPTEMBER, 1942.

 

'IN THE GLAD MORNING OF MY DAY, MY LIFE TO GIVE, MY VOWS TO PAY, WITH NO RESERVE AND NO DELAY,LORD OF MY LIFE I COME.'

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
Sgt Bernard EVANS World War 2 KIA 26.1.1942 Malaya view
Sister May HAYMAN World War 2 KIA 1.9.1942 Papua view
Address
St Alban's Church,Pembroke Street
Epping NSW 2121
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Peter Levarre-Waters
Conflict/s
World War 2

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