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Memorial pulpit erected by subscription commemorate Corporal Harry Sadler who lost his life at the Dardanelles during World War One. A plaque has also been placed on the pulpit by the family in memory of Gunner Hec Sadler only brother of Harry who died in France during the first World War.
A pulpit for St Matthews Church, East Geelong, erected by subscription to commemorate the sacrifice of his life at the Dardanelles by Corporal H. Sadler, is to be dedicated at a special service today.
The Ararat Advertiser (VIC), 23rd September 1915.
|Address:||230 McKillop Street, St Matthews Anglican Church, East Geelong, 3219|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -38.157945|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Type:||Religious Object|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Thursday 23rd September, 1915|
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF
CORPORAL H. SADLER
WHO GAVE HIS LIFE FOR THE EMPIRE AT THE DARDANELLES
MAY 2ND 1915
THIS PULPIT IS ERECTED BY HIS FRIENDS TO COMMEMORATE HIS LABOURS OF LOVE IN THE CHOIR, S.S.BAND OF HOPE AND CHURCH WORK GENERALLY