Subiaco St. Hugh's Jolimont Sanctuary Honour Roll Back to Search

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Location Subiaco Museum, 239 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Nedlands - Western Australia, Australia
Type honour_board

Memorial plaque: wooden French polished in pseudo memorial style. Rectangular shaped. Upper edge has an ornate carved border in lily shape. Attached to the ornate wooden arch with side pillars is a brass plate in semi-rectangular shape which bears impressed "To the Glory of God and in Grateful Remembrance of All Those who fell in the Great War 1914-1918."
And underneath on small rectangular brass plates the names of lay readers and the names of those who fell in action. Underneath these on a wider copper plate: "Greater love has no man, St John XV 13."
Carved on the lower board "St Hugh's."
Donated by the Sunday School and erected by volunteer labour.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened Not yet discovered

To the glory of God

And in grateful remembrance of all those who fell in the Great War

1914 -1919.

This sanctuary was erected by voluntary labour 1924.

Lay Readers
[ Names ]

[ Names ]

"Greater love hath no man" St John XV 13.

St Hughs
Donated by the Sunday School


Good - in storage


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BONE, Gordon Walter

Service number 3012
4th Motor Transport Company
Born 1888

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