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Reverend Alexander Marshall : 07-December-2011
Reverend Alexander Marshall : 07-December-2011

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Pulpit is dedicated to the long and distinguished ministry of Reverend Alexander Marshall (1888-1924).

Melbourne, Wednesday. Mrs William Weatherley, a member of the congregation of Scot's Church, has promised £1000 toward the cost of the reconstruction of the apse and pulpit of the church, which is to form a memorial to the late Doctor Marshall, minister of the church from 1888 until 1924 when he retired. Mrs. Weatherley is the widow of the late Mr William Weatherley, a pastoralist, who was one of the original shareholders in the Broken Hill mines. The congregation is being appealed to for an extra £550, the balance of the cost of the reconstruction work. 
Recorder (Port Pirie, SA ), 10 October 1929.


Address:Collins & Russell Streets, Scots Church, Melbourne, 3000
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.814688
Long: 144.968604
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Religious Object
Monument Theme:People


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1929
Front Inscription

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The Pulpit And Woodwork
In This Apse Are
Dedicated To The Long And
Distinguished Ministry Of
The Rev. Alexander Marshall M.A.
D.D. 1888-1924. A Wise Leader.
A Man Greatly Loved.

Source: MA,RHSV
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