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The stained glass window commemorates George and his wife Agnes Tweddle, who were pioneer settlers of the district and members of the church. George, who died in 1930, was a former churchwarden. 

The death has occurred of Mr George Tweddle, of Green Park, Gisborne. Mr Tweddle had been a resident of the district for 70 years and he was known throughout the State as a grazier and breeder of Shorthorn cattle. He had exhibited at the Royal Show for 50 years, and he had attended 58 successive shows. He was a brother of Messrs Joseph Tweddle (Numurkah) and Robert Tweddle (Queensland). He is survived by his wife. The funeral took place at Gisborne cemetery. 
Numurkah Leader (Vic.),  28 October 1930.



Address:Brantome & Fisher Streets, St Paul`s Anglican Church, Gisborne, 3437
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.489595
Long: 144.588937
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People


Front Inscription

              Guard that which 
           is committed unto thee

To The Glory Of God, In Loving Memory Of
George Tweddle, Pioneer And Churchwarden 
Died 18th October 1930, Aged 70 Years.
And His Wife Agnes, Died 16th March 1953.
              Aged 93 Years.


Source: MA
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