St. Luke's Memorial Arch

Description

Wooden arch mounted above the door leading from the main body of the church to the bell tower and war memorial carillon. It is surmounted by a wooden Rising Sun badge above which are wooden flags - Union Jack to the left and Australian flag to the right. Names of those who served are listed on brass plaques affixed to the wooden arch. Two smaller brass, shield-shaped plaques are attached to the bottom ends of the arch. These state the purpose of the memorial.

Inscription

Left hand shield:TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE; Right hand shield: GALLANT MEN WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
H.G. Ashford World War 1 KIA view
O.L. Ashford World War 1 view
E.C. Aurisch World War 1 view
A. Bartholomew World War 1 view
E.C. Battye World War 1 KIA view
R. Battye World War 1 view
W.J. Bell World War 1 view
S.G. Bird World War 1 KIA view
J. Blayden World War 1 view
T. Blayden World War 1 KIA view
Address
St. Luke's Church of England,Liverpool Street
Scone NSW 2337
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Margaret Ashford-MacDougall
Established date
Dedication date

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