Henry J. Fulton NealePrint Page
Plaque erected by the congregation to the memory of Henry Fulton Neale, Sunday School Superintendent and Churchwarden for 45 years who died in 1938 at the age of 81. The plaque sits under a window erected by his family.
PENRITH, Sunday. Mr. Henry James Fulton Neale, who died at his residence Lauriston, High Street, Penrith, on Friday, at the age of 81, was one of the district's most prominent citizens. For years he had associated himself with every movement of importance in the town. He was senior warden of St. Stephen's Church of England, Penrith. For 45 years he was treasurer of the church, and for 25 years superintendent of St. Stephen's Sunday School. As a director of the Nepean Co-operative Dairy and Refrigerating Society since its inception, he did excellent work. He was an alderman of Penrith Council for several years, and Mayor of the town in 1909 and 1910. He was an excellent rifle shot, and won many prizes in various parts of the State. For many years he was captain of the Penrith Rifle Club. He was a director of the Nepean District Hospital for a long period. He was also a member of the Nepean A.H. and I. Society for several years. He was vice-president of Penrith Golf Club, and an active member until about 12 months ago.
Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 30 May 1938.
|Address:||High St , St Stephens Anglican Church, Penrith, 2750|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.755036|
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