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Plaque commemorates Mr. Justice Norman Jenkyn who was a Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and and Chancellor of the Diocese. His ashes and that of his wife are interred behind the plaque.
Mr Justice Norman Jenkyn, chancellor of the Diocese of Sydney and president of the appellate tribunal of the Church of England in Australia, died in Sydney at the weekend. A funeral service will be held in St Andrew's Cathedral on Friday. Mr Justice Jenkyn, born on October 5, 1905, was educated at Fort Street High School and the University of Sydney. His service to law, church and community was long and distinguished. In 1965 he was appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court and served in that position until his retirement in 1975.
The Canberra Times, 19th February 1980.
|Address:||George & Bathurst Streets, St Andrews Cathedral, Sydney, 2000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.874006|
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In Loving Memory
THE HON. MR JUSTICE NORMAN JENKYN, Q.C., LL.B
1905 - 1980
Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales
1965 - 1975
Advocate of the Diocese of Sydney
1949 - 1967
Chancellor of the Diocese
1973 - 1980
President Of The Appellate Tribunal Of The Church Of England In Australia 1977 - 1980 Whose Ashes Are Interred Behind This Plaque.
`Blessed Are They That Have Not Seen And Yet Have Been Believed` John 20:29 The Ashes Of His Wife, Edeline Jenkyn, M.B.E., O.St.J. Were Interred Here In 1984