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St. Thomas' Presbyterian Church Honor Board

Citation

“St. Thomas' Presbyterian Church Honor Board,” Wyndham History, accessed April 24, 2021, http://wyndhamhistory.net.au/items/show/2638.
Engebrigtsen-Werribee Presbyterian Church.tif
Description

An alphabetical list of soldiers from the Wyndham area  named on the Honor Board originally located at St. Thomas' Presbyterian Church (now Crossroads Uniting Church), Watton Street, Werribee.

Its current location is unknown. If you know where this Honor board is located, please contact familyhistorylibrarian@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Description

An alphabetical list of soldiers from the Wyndham area  named on the Honor Board originally located at St. Thomas' Presbyterian Church (now Crossroads Uniting Church), Watton Street, Werribee.

Its current location is unknown. If you know where this Honor board is located, please contact familyhistorylibrarian@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Title

St. Thomas' Presbyterian Church Honor Board

Subject

Soldiers - Werribee (Vic.), War memorials - Werribee (Vic, ),

Publisher

Wyndham City Libraries

Date

1919

Format

image

Language

eng

Type

Still Image

This oak Honor board was unveiled at St Thomas' Presbyterian Church on Sunday 26 March 1916.
Werribee Shire Banner, 30 March 1916, p.2.
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Campigli, D. H.
Colvin, V. A.
Cousins, R.
Engbrigtsen, E.
Gardner, P.
Gardner, W. J.
Gilmour, F.
Grigg, D. D.
Grigg, N. C.
Grigg, W. A.
Horsfall, G. S.
Lay, H.
Lowman, J. A.
MacGregor, R. S.
Mansell, W. C. S.
Marquand, C. A.
McKeown, J. A.
McMurray, J. C.
Newton, R. 
Rowan, A. G.
Sherry, R. H.
Smart, G.W. 
Tyzack, C. W. Jun.
West, C. J.
Wills, G. C. 
Wills, R. G. 
● Killed in Action

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