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Location St. Columbs Anglican Church, Victoria Street, Clayfield, Brisbane - Queensland, Australia
Type memorial
Description

It is an imposing octagonal structure standing 18ft high built of Helidon white freestone, and having a sword embossed on the front and on the back of the shaft. No names appear on the memorial, but it is inscribed: "To the praise of God, Who giveth the victory, and in memory of all those who gave their lives for honour, humanity, and home, in the Great War, 1914-1919, especially those of this parish. Their name liveth for evermore."

It was originally located on the Sandgate Road side of the Church, however the memorial was relocated to the current position in 2003.

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Built Not yet discovered
Opened 23 October 1921 by Archbishop Donaldson
Inscription

To The Praise Of God Who Giveth The Victory And In Grateful Remembrance Of All Those Who Gave Their Lives For Honour Humanity And Home In The Great War 1914 - 1919 Especially Those Of This Parish

"Their name
liveth for evermore"

Condition

Good

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