ALL SAINTS CHURCH, NORTHCOTE, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA
Rev. Alfred Charles Kellaway served as Minister at All Saints Anglican Church, Northcote for 29 years until he died aged 73 years in 1930. He and his wife Annie Carrick Kellaway
are commemorated in the church. His sons Frank Gerald M.C. and Charles Halliley Kellaway appear on the All Saints Roll of Honour.
His eldest daughter Gwen was a highly respected Church Missionary in the Kerala Region of Southern India.
|Rev. Alfred C Kelleway Memorial Plaque||Annie Carrick Kelleway Memorial Tablet|
|Memorial Plaque All Saints Church||Memorial Tablet All Saints Church
I would like to thank Alma Ryrie – Jones, the current church warden of All Saints for this photograph of the Memorial Tablet and Mathew T. George for the photgraph of the Memorial Plaque.
ROLL OF HONOUR 1914–1918 ALL SAINTS CHURCH NORTHCOTE
|Roll of Honour||Roll of Honour Detail|
|Roll of Honour All Saints Church
I would like to thank Mathew T. George for the photgraphs of the Honour Roll.
GWEN KELLAWAY, CHURCH MISSIONARY
|Gwen Kellaway||Gwen and John Kellaway|
|Gwen Kellaway went to Southern India as a young woman and served there, with great distinction, as an evangelical educator in the State of Travancore (now part of Kerala) for 35 years between 1912 and 1946 when she retired in Australia. She was part of the Church Missionary Society and was supported by the Community of All Saints Church, Northcote.
I would like to thank Alma Ryrie – Jones, the current church warden of All Saints for this photograph of the young Gwen Kellaway and for information about her work.
|Gwendoline Jane Kellaway Gravestone|
|Burwood Cemetery, Melbourne.|
With thanks to Mathew T. George for this photograph.
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