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"He loved his Church unceasingly in all the varied detail which passes in endless stream through a Registry. The Church Office became a byword for efficiency. Order was conjured from chaos, and he left, at his death, a church office staff thoroughly drilled in the multitudinous activities which there were centred." This was a tribute paid to Ransome Tovey Wyatt in the "Southern Churchman." On Sunday a very large congregation attended to witness and share in the dedication of two windows and a tablet to his memory.
Goulburn Evening Post (NSW), 21 August 1950.
|Address:||170 Bourke Street, St Saviour`s Cathedral, Goulburn, 2580|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.753256|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 20th August, 1950|
TO THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
RANSOME TOVEY WYATT
REGISTRAR OF THIS DIOCESE 1914 -1945
WHO DIED AUGUST 27th 1945 AGED 59 YEARS
THE CLERESTORY WINDOW ABOVE DEPICTING
SAINTS THEODORE AND PAULINUS WAS ERECTED
BY HIS FRIENDS