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Pointed arch gothic windows erected by the friends, commemorate James Mackenzie Superintendant of Ollera Station for many years.  James Mackenzie died on the 26th November 1887.

Next Sunday will be a red-letter day in our church, the occasion being a special service in commemoration of the placing of stained-glass windows to the memory of the late Mr. Jas. M'Kenzie, who, for many years, was the esteemed and respected manager of this station. The windows (subscribed for publicly by those who had the pleasure of the acquaintance of the late gentleman) are very handsome, and are illustrative of the late gentleman's well known charitable and kindly nature. They were supplied by Messrs. Lyon & Cottier, of Sydney. The service will be conducted by the Ven. Archdeacon Ross, and the church is sure to be crowded. 
Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW),
27 September 1889. 


Address:Tenterden & Ollera Roads, St Bartholomew`s Church, Ollera Station, Wandsworth, 2365
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -30.115992
Long: 151.521995
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Monument Designer:Messrs. Lyon & Cottier (Sydney)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 29th September, 1889
Source: H, MA
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