Memorial: M5779

Window in St Thomas’s Church, Sydney, Australia dedicated to Commodore James Graham Goodenough RN d. 1875

Location

St Thomas's Church, Sydney, Australia, Rest of the World

Transcript

'Worthy is the lamb that was slain','To the Glory of God and in memory of James Graham Goodenough, who died August 20th, 1875, from wounds received in the Island of Santa Cruz, this window was erected by his friends in Australia.'

Details

Description: Depicts the adoration of the lamb by the universal church, with the saints St Sebastian, St George, St Nicholas, St Christopher.
Type: Window
Artists: Clayton and Bell

People

Goodenough, James Graham
Age: 44
Date of Death: 10/8/1875
Cause of Death: Killed by indigenous people
Rank / Occupation: Commodore RN
Organisation: Royal Navy

Extra

Bibliography: Jane Samson 'Hero, fool or martyr, The many deaths of Commodore Goodenough', 'Journal of Maritime Research' (February, 2008)

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