Three carved marble Memorial Plaques which were originally fixed to the walls of the Church. Currently held in storage.
Annandale's Great War: A Short Walk will be Marghanita da Cruz's third book in a series, which explore today's Annandale, while delving into its past.
Over 1200 locals left Australia as members of the Australian Imperial Force or to join British regiments. This book provides a self guided tour of the World War 1 honour boards and memorials around Annandale and the ANZACs whose names appear on them.
More information can be found here
To the Glory of God and
in Loving Memory of
KENNETH H. BENNETT flying officer R.A.A.F.
brought down through enemy action
and buried at GROS THIEL FRANCE
18th DEC. 1944, AGED 22 YEARS.
PER ARDUA AD ASTRA.
To the Glory of God
and In Loving Memory of
RICHARD E. SKELTON - SHELDON
1st PIONEER BATT.
OCTOBER 22nd 1917
DIED JUNE 29TH 1919
AGED 25 YEARS
'Peace, perfect Peace.
To the Glory of God
In Loving Memory of
HAROLD E.B. SMITH LIEUT. 19th BATT.A.I.F.
Killed at Passchendale, France
Oct. 8th 1917 Aged 26
ROY A.W. SMITH, LIEUT, 19th BATT.A.I.F.
Died of wounds at Passchendale, France
Oct. 15th 1917 Aged 23
Anzacs whose lives were nobly ended.
'Greater Love Hath No Man Than This,
That A Man Lay Down His Life For His Friend'
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|FO||Kenneth H||Bennett||World War Two||KIA - 18 December 1944||424117||463 Squadron||Gros Thiel, nr Rouen,France||view|
|Richard E.||Skelton-Sheldon||World War One||Wounded - 22 October 1917 DOW - June 29 1919||1st Pioneer Battalion||Passchendale, France||view|
|2nd Lt||Harold Edward Benjamin||Smith||World War One||KIA - 8th October 1917||326||19th Battalion||Passchendale, France||view|
|Lt||Roy Alfred Walter||Smith||World War One||DOW - 18th October 1917||1304||19th Battalion||Passchendale, France||view|
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