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Stained glass window erected in 1923 by friends and parishioners, to the memory of Selina Antill, an Organist of the church for 20 years who died in 1920.
The building is of freestone and is of cruciform shape. A pipe organ has been in use for a number of years, Miss S. J. Antill, of Jarvisfield, being the first organist. A silver tablet on the organ testifies to that fact; also two stained glass windows of St. Peter and St. Paul are erected to the memory of the same lady.
Excerpt from 90th Anniversary of St. Mark's Church,
The Picton Post (NSW), 7 August 1940.
|Address:||7-9 Menangle Street, St. Mark`s Anglican Church, Picton, 2571|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.168835|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1923|
TO·THE·GLORY·OF·GOD· AND·IN·LOVING·MEMORY·OF· SELINA·JOHNSTON·ANTILL·DIED·FEBRUARY 16th·1920·
ERECTED·BY·FRIENDS & PARISHIONERS·1923.