Remembrances of war
Throughout the City of Canada Bay there are many memorials, large and small, dedicated to the memory of local men and women who served our country in war.
Local Studies is custodian of two memorials to those who served in the First World War, the Drummoyne War Service Record, which records those who served from the Drummoyne area and the Lysaght Bros Roll of Honour, which records the names of workers from the Lysaght factory at Chiswick who served .
The beautiful memorial, above, pays tribute to nine soldiers from the Five Dock Methodist Church (now Five Dock Uniting Church) who did not return from the First World War. Undoubtedly it was crafted with love and compassion.
Images of some of the war memorials in the City of Canada Bay can be seen on flickr.
Posted on November 5, 2016, in Canada Bay, Chiswick, Drummoyne, Five Dock, More than just a name and tagged Canada bay Connections, City of Canada Bay, Drummoyne War Service Record, First World War, Five Dock Methodist Church, Five Dock Uniting Church, Lysaght Bros, Lysaght's, More than just a name, war memorials, World War I. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.