Historical information

The World War One Memorial Stained glass windows in the Barkly Street Uniting Church resulted from a request made in 1919 by the Barkly Street Young Men's Club to be given permission to raise money to pay for the project. The window was designed by Fisher Co. Pty Ltd, and was unveiled by a former army chaplain - either Rev. J.A. Gaunt or Rev. Bladen on the 14th March 1920. The total cost of the windows was 171 pounds 10 shillings. The window cost 150pounds, the window was fixed into position for 15 pounds, and three wire screens cost 6 pounds 10 shillings.

Physical description

Digital Photographs of the World War One memorial stained glass windows in the Barkly Street Uniting Church, Ballarat East.

Inscriptions & markings

Repousse World War One tablet:
For God, King and Country
The windows above have been erected as a memorial to the heroic lads of this school and church who fell in the Great War.
Brittain, H.O.
Butcher, J.C.
Cornish, H. R. MM
Eady, Jas
Edmends, W.H.
Ferguson, F.
Farrar, A.Z.
Gist, C.H.
Gates, S.C.
Grave, H.B.
Hughes, A.W.
Hughes, G.A.C.
Jones, Stan
Marshall, R.
McConnell, A.R.
Muller, A.V.
Polkinghorne, E.C.
Ridgwell, H.R.
Sansum, A.H.
Smith, A.G.
Tait, R.E.
Tait, Laurie
Veal, T.P.
Vincent, L.A.