St Simon and St Jude's Anglican Church World War I Honour Roll, Warialda

St Simon and St Jude's Anglican Church World War I Honour Roll, Warialda
Description

The timber honour roll features Gothic design and two fleur-de-lys as well as the names of soldiers from the congregation.

The Lord Bishop of Armidale, Dr Wentworth-Shields unveiled the honour roll on 25 April 1926. Mrs McGregor, mother of one of the fallen soldiers whose names appeared on the list, placed a couple of wreaths on the honour roll.

The early timber church is located close to the new St Simon and St Judes Church. It was built in 1902, closed in 1966 and is now used as the Parish Hall.

Materials
  • Timber
Inscription

S.S. SIMON & JUDE'S WARIALDA

HONOUR ROLL
"The Great War
1914-1918"

[list of names]

Address
St Simon and St Jude's Anglican Church
40 Stewart Avenue
Warialda NSW 2402
Local Government Area
  • Gwydir Shire
Location/surrounding area
Inside St Simon and St Jude's Anglican Church
Memorial type
  • Board/plaque/tablet
Recorded by
Graham Wilson OAM
Established date
1926
Dedication date
25/04/1926
Conflict/s
  • First World War, 1914–18

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