St Stephen's Uniting Church Sydney - Various Memorials

Mr John K. Wright, State Library of New South WalesMr John K. Wright, State Library of New South WalesMr John K. Wright, State Library of New South WalesMr John K. Wright, State Library of New South Wales
Description

Large World War One marble honour roll on ornate stone panel, located within the church vestibule. The marble is Australian and finished in gold lines. Men from HMAS 'Tingira', the Naval training ship once moored off Balmain and formally the England-Australia passenger Clipper 'Sobraon', are also listed.

Founded as a Presbyterian Congregation in 1842, the church contains a number of memorials to those who served and those who paid the supreme sacrifice in times of war.

SEE 'Additional Images' [Below] for information on World War Two memorials and memorials associated with the 30th and 2/30th Battalions.

Inscription

ROLL OF HONOUR 1914 1918 OF THOSE FROM THIS CHURCH, WHO IN THE HOUR OF NEED ANSWERED THE CALL OF THEIR COUNTRY

 

Bottom left plaque:

They will touch the hearts of the living with a flame that sanctifies Bottom right plaque: And their glory shall not be blotted out

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Unit Campaign Link
Dvr J R Farquhar World War 1 view
C R Fawcett World War 1 HMAS Tingira view
Capt G A Ferguson World War 1 view
Pte L Ferguson World War 1 KIA view
Pte R C Ferguson World War 1 view
Mjr E W Ferguson World War 1 view
Lt K A Ferguson World War 1 view
Pte P Ferguson World War 1 KIA view
Capt A G Ferguson World War 1 KIA view
Sgt A Ferrie World War 1 view
Address
197 Macquarie Street,(Opposite Parliament House)
Sydney NSW 2000
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Mr John K. Wright, State Library of New South Wales in conjunction with St Stephen's office holders
Established date
1921
Dedication date
1921-03-13 00:00:00.0
Conflict/s
World War 1

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