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St James Anglican Church First and Second World Wars Wall of Remembrance, Menangle

St James Anglican Church First and Second World Wars Wall of Remembrance, Menangle
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - Brian Peacock
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - Brian Peacock
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - by Brian Peacock
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - Provided by Brian Peacock
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - Brian Peacock
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St James Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance, Menangle - Brian Peacock
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Description / Background

A brick wall with sandstone inscription panel, sandstone coping and garden edging. The memorial was given by Miss Sibella Macarthur Onslow, O.B.E. in honour of those who fell in the First World War. The bricks are hand-made and came from the old wine cellar at Camden Park, the Macarthur's home. A subsequent plaque was added following the Second World War.

Inscription

Plaque 1

IN MEMORIAM
CAPT A W MACARTHUR ONSLOW 16TH LANCERS YPRES
Lt COL A J ONSLOW THOMPSON 4TH BN AIF GALLIPOLI
CORPORAL R J HAWKEY 6TH AIF PALESTINE
SIGNALLER B GALF 3RD BATTALION AIF FRANCE
PRIVATE J E WILLIAMS 56TH BATTN AIF FRANCE
1914 - 1918

Plaque 2

1939 - 45
Flt. Sgt J.D. PRATT R.A.A.F

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Signaller B Galf World War 1 AIF France view
Corporal R J Hawkey World War 1 AIF Palestine view
Capt A W Macarthur Onslow World War 1 AIF Ypres view
Lt Col A J Onslow Thompson World War 1 AIF Gallipoli view
Flt Sgt J D Pratt World War 2 RAAF view
Private J E Williams World War 1 AIF France view

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Address
131 Menangle Road
Menangle NSW 2568
Local Government Area
Wollondilly Shire
Setting
Garden/park
Memorial type
Wall
Recorded by
Brian Peacock
Year of construction
Circa 1920
Conflict/s
First World War, 1914–18
Second World War, 1939–45