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08-October-2015
08-October-2015
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A gate commemorates the Reverend George H. Muzy who was the first rector in Kangaroo Valley.

The Church of the Good Shepherd in Kangaroo Valley, was visited yesterday by the Lieutenant Governor (Sir Philip Street), the Archbishop of Sydney (Dr Mowll) and other clergy for the dedication of memorial gates in honour of the King's jubilee. The King`s Jubilee Memorial of Peace gates and walls were officially opened by Sir Philip Street and dedicated by Dr Mowll. Tablets on the gate pillars were also unveiled and stones were set in the main pillars to the memory of the Rev. G H Muzy, first rector of Kangaroo Valley and Mr. Septimus F. Osborne.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 31 July 1935.

Location

Address:143 Moss Vale Road, Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Kangaroo Valley, 2577
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.735342
Long: 150.532194
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

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

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Tuesday 30th July, 1935
Front Inscription

This Gate
to the Memory of
THE REV. GEORGE
HENRY MUZY
First Rector Of
Kangaroo Valley
Erected By His
    Friends.

Stone Set By
The Archbishop
Of Sydney.
30-7-1935

Source: MA, H
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