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A window depicting the Crucifixon, commemorating two former scholars of the school who fell at the front, was unveiled on the anniversary of the consecration of the chapel. Donald McNeill was member of the Royal Flying Corps and died on active service in 1917 and William Armstrong was a member of the Australian Imperial Force who died at Gallipoli in 1915.

Sunday 12th November will be the anniversary of the consecration of the chapel at the Southport School, and his Grace the Archbishop of Brisbane has signified his intention of being present on that day. At the 11 a.m. service the Archbishop will unveil and dedicate a stained glass window in memory of two old Southportonians who fell at the front. The window has been designed by Mr. C. Tute, under the supervision of Messrs. Atkinson and Conrad and the work has been executed by Messrs. Exton and Co.
The Brisbane Courier, 3rd November 1922


Address:2 Winchester Street, St Alban`s Chapel, The Southport School , Southport , 4215
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.984321
Long: 153.414951
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Monument Designer:Mr. C. Tute (Atkinson & Conrad)
Monument Manufacturer:Messrs. Exton and Co.


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 12th November, 1922
Source: MA
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