St John's Anglican Church Darlinghurst Memorials

Capt WJS Rundle plaqueWW1 and WW2 commemoration plauqeSt John's Anglican Church Darlinghurst
Description

The St John's Anglican Church in Darlinghurst has two memorial plaques. One of the plaques is in memory of Captain WJS Rundle, and the other is mounted on the northern wall of the church grounds, for all of the parish who served in WW1 and WW2.

Inscription

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To the glory of God

and in memory of

those of this parish

who gave their lives

in the two world wars

1914-18

1939-45

Erected 9-9-53

 

In memory of

Captain W. J. S. Rundle D.S.O.

Brabants Horse

and 6th Dragoon Guards

Carabiniers

Died from wounds received in action a Karree Bosch,

Cape Colony, on the 30th July 1901.

Aged 25 years

Erected by his parents and brother officers

Address
120 Darlinghurst Road
St Johns Anglican Church
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Location/surrounding area
approximate GPS position -33.877198 151.221097
Recorded by
Peter Williams
Established date
1953
Dedication date
1953
Conflict/s
World War 1
World War 2

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