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A pulpit in the church commemorates Sergeant Robert Ronald Harrison.

During the evening service at St. Martin's Church of England, Queenstown, on Sunday, the Bishop of Tasmania (Rt. Rev. G. E. Cranswick) dedicated a pulpit in memory of the late Sgt. Robert Ronald Harrison. The pulpit was a gift from officers and men of the late Sgt. Harrison's unit. The inscription read: "This pulpit is a gift of the officers and men of his unit in affectionate and proud remembrance of Sgt. R. R. Harrison, 7th A.G.H., A.I.F., aged 25 years." Mesdames R. Harrison (mother), A Simms (sister) and Cpl. R. J. Harrison (A.I.F., brother) were present at the service.
Advocate (Burnie, Tas), 3 May 1945.


Address:Driffield & Russell Streets, St Martin`s Anglican Church , Queenstown, 7467
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -42.081117
Long: 145.552428
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 29th April, 1945
Front Inscription

A. M. D. G.

This pulpit is the gift of the Officers and men of his unit in affectionate and proud remembrance of Sgt. Robert Ronald Harrison, 7th A.G.H., A.I.F. 

Aged 25 years 

Yes, it is even He that shall keep thy soul
Psalm 121. 7.

Source: MA
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