William Rupert Harriott Memorial Gate

Description

Black wrought iron gate with a brass plaque dedicted to William Harriott, located at the entrance to St Thomas' Anglican Church, North Sydney.

Inscription

Left:

In memory of William Rupert Harriott Lieutenant, N.S.W. Mounted Infantry who fell in battle of Diamond Hill, South Africa June 12th 1900, aged 23 years.

Right:

These gates were erected by his personal friends.

"We doubt not that for one so true, there must be other nobler work to do." Dedicated by the Rt. Rev E.D. Cameron, Assistant Bishop of Sydney.

Address
Cnr Church and West Streets,
St Thomas' Anglican Church,
North Sydney NSW 2060
Local Government Area
  • North Sydney Council
Setting
  • Building – outside
Memorial type
  • Gate/lychgate
Recorded by
Ms Jane WilliamsonUpdated photographs by Peter Levarre- Waters
Established Date format: 
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Dedication date: 
04/28/1901
Dedication date
28 April 1901
Conflict/s
  • South African War (Boer War), 1899–1902

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