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Moonee Ponds West Methodist Church

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Honour Rolls


    Cnr Eglinton St and Darling St, Moonee Ponds (Closed)
    Relocated in 1922 to the Aberfeldie Methodist Church, Waverley St, (Closed)
    Now located at the Essendon Historical Society.

1914-1918 Roll of Honour
"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."


Allingham, A

Alloway, A *

Alloway, W *

Anderson, S S

Barnes, J

Caves, O S

Cheffers, J

Coningsby, E *

Coningsby, R H

Cook, E

Davies, E

Davies, S *

Davies, W

Elliott, R

Findlay, C

Findlay, S

Giles, C

Hall, H *

Hall, J

Harvey, J

Hyde, G

Hyde, H

Jay, W W
Jondahl, H
Jondahl, V *
Leverington, L
Mansfield, J
Mansfield, L
Middleton, C
Moore, E
Moore, G
Moyle, A
Moyle, W
Quinton, C
Robertson, A
Royle, H *
Scott, J *
Sheffield, H
Shurey, A
Shurey, C
Sweatman, J
Sweatman, P J


“A tribute to the memory of


W Alloway

A Alloway

E Conningsby

S Davies

H Hall

V Johndahl

H Royal

J Scott


who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Great War, 1914-1919”


Marble plaque, now located at the Essendon Historical Society Inc.


Essendon Gazette 12 August 1915


A social evening was held at the Moonee Ponds West Methodist Church on Monday evening as a send-off to several young men from the Church who have joined the colours, and are leaving shortly. The Rev. W. C.  Bridgborn occupied the chair and paid a high compliment to the young men of that Church, as no less than 21 had enlisted, many of them being at the front ; others in Egypt, and the remainder in camp. Those who were farewelled on this occasion were John Mansfield, Percy Sweatman, Charles Shurey, John Harvey and Hugh Hall. A very pleasant evening was spent, musical and vocal items being contributed by Misses Williams and Vinnard and Messrs. Levrington and Ireland. 


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