Lismore St Andrews Anglican Church World War 2 Memorial Gates

Lismore St Andrews Anglican Church World War 2 Memorial GatesLismore St Andrews Anglican Church World War 2 Memorial Gates, left plaqueLismore St Andrews Anglican Church World War 2 Memorial Gates, right plaqueLismore St Andrews Anglican Church
Description

The two metal plaques located on the brick gateway columns commemorate those from the parish who served in World War 2. Between the gateway columns are two large wrought iron gates, each featuring a cross. On each remaining side of the columns are two smaller wrought iron gates, also featuring crosses.

On Sunday 12 October 1947, the Bishop of Grafton, the Right Reverend C E Storrs dedicated the war memorial gates. The dedication followed a special service in the church. A detailed account of the occasion was published in the Northern Star, 13 October 1947.

Inscription

Left plaque:

These gates were erected
to the glory of God and
in memory of all men and
women of this parish who
served in World War II.

 

Right plaque:

To the glory of God and
in solemn memory of those
of this parish who gave
their lives in World War II.

Address
St Andrew's Anglican Church
10 Zadoc St
Lismore NSW 2480
Local Government Area
  • Lismore, City of
Location/surrounding area
The war memorial gates are located on the southwestern side of the church.
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Established date
1947
Dedication date
12/10/1947
Conflict/s
World War 2

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