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29-January-2017
29-January-2017

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The stained glass window, featuring St Andrew and John Knox, was erected in memory of James DeConlay who was Chief of the Warwick Caledonian Society for 27 years. 

A memorial window, erected in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church by the Caledonian Society, in memory of their late chief, Mr. James De Conlay, was unveiled yesterday morning by Mr. G. P. Barnes, M.L.A. The ceremony of dedication was performed by Rev. A. Watson. The late Mr. De Conlay was chief of the Warwick Caledonians for 27 years.
The Brisbane Courier, 20 July 1931.  

 

Location

Address:Guy & Fitzroy Streets, Warwick Uniting Church (St Andrew`s Presbyterian Church), Warwick, 4370
State:QLD
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -28.214034
Long: 152.030406
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Community

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 19th July, 1931
Left Side Inscription

S.ANDREW

IN MEMORIAM
James De Conlay 
      Chief.  
Warwick Caledonian Society 
 for 27 Years.
Ob.  May 22nd 1929.

 

Right Side Inscription

JOHN KNOX

ERECTED by Members 
    of the 
Warwick Caledonian 
      Society.

Source: MA
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