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Gates : 16-October-2014
Gates : 16-October-2014

Photographs supplied by Sandra Brown

Memorial gates at the site of the former Breadalbane Anglican Church commemorate Lance Corporal Murray and Private Percy Ings who lost their lives during World War One. A marble tablet erected by family and friends is situated on each pillar. Both men died in 1916.

The memorial gates erected to our two fallen heroes, L.Cpl. L. Murray and Private P. Ings, were on the 10th instant dedicated and opened by Bishop Radford, of Goulburn, in the presence of a large congregation.  The beautifully delivered, eloquent address was very touching, and will be cherished in the memory of the bereaved and their friends. At the conclusion his Lordship, on behalf of the Breadalbane residents, presented each mother with a beautifully inscribed gold cross in memory of their great sacrifice.  A marble tablet is inlet on each pillar bearing a suitable inscription.
Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW), 16 September 1919.


Address:Old South Road, Former Breadalbane Anglican Church, Breadalbane, 2581
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.777653
Long: 149.480851
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gates
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 10th September, 1919
Left Side Inscription

      In Memory Of 
     Pte Percy Ings 
     who fell in France 
   On 20th July 1916
       Age 23

"O Grave where is thy Victory?"
1 Cor. XV 55

     Erected By
His Parents & Friends.

Right Side Inscription

      In Memory Of 
    L-.Cpl. L. Murray 
       who fell in France 
On 26th July 1916
        Age 23

"O Death where is thy Sting?"
                    1 Cor XV.59

    Erected By
His Parents & Friends.

Source: NRWM, MA
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