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Wyatt Plaque : August-2014
Wyatt Plaque : August-2014
Photographs supplied by Peter F Williams
A Clerestory window depicting Saints Theodore and Paulinus and tablet was erected by friends of Ransome Tovey Wyatt, Church Registrar of the Dicese who died in 1945.

"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.

Location

Address:170 Bourke Street, St Saviour`s Cathedral, Goulburn, 2580
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.753256
Long: 149.715881
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Religion

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 20th August, 1950
Front Inscription

(Plaque)

TO THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD
                     AND 
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

 

Source: MA
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