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A pair of windows, erected by friends, commemorates Lieutenant Norman Booth who was killed in action in France in World War One.

Lieutenant Booth was a tireless worker in the Parish and at the time of enlisting he was studying for the Anglican Ministry. He had worked at the churches of Enmore, Chatswood and Mosman teaching in the Sunday School and conducting services. 


Address:Raglan Street & Canrobert Streets, St Clements Anglican Church, Mosman, 2088
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.833447
Long: 151.239977
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event STart Date:06-November-1916
Actual Event End Date:06-November-1916


Front Inscription

(Across both windows)

To the glory of God

and in lasting memory of Lieut Norman W Booth of the 18th Battalion AIF who was killed in action in France on Nov 6 1916.

An indefatigable worker in this Parish. 

Erected by friends who mourn his loss.

Source: NRWM, MA
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