A brick wall with sandstone inscription panel, sandstone coping and garden edging.
The Memorial Wall at St James' Anglican Church was given by Miss Sibella Macarthur Onslow. O.B.E. as a memorial to: ‘Those who fell in First World War'.
The bricks are hand-made and came from the old wine cellar at Camden Park, the Macarthur home.
A subsequent plaque was added following WWII
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
1939 - 45
Flt. Sgt J.D. PRATT R.A.A.F
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflicts||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Private||J E||Williams||World War 1||AIF||56 Bn||France||view|
|Flt Sgt||J D||Pratt||World War 2||RAAF||view|
|Lt Col||A J||Onslow Thompson||World War 1||AIF||4 Bn||Gallipoli||view|
|Capt||A W||Macarthur Onslow||World War 1||AIF||16 Lancers||Ypres||view|
|Corporal||R J||Hawkey||World War 1||AIF||6 LHR||Palestine||view|
|Signaller||B||Galf||World War 1||AIF||3 Bn||France||view|
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