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Binalong, NSW - St Thomas's Anglican


State: New South Wales
Denomination: Anglican
Address: Stephens Street Binalong
GPS: -34.671062, 148.628304

History and Architecture:

One of the earliest references to the Binalong District as part of the parish of Yass is in the report of the Yass Auxiliary of the Church Society for 1869 when Archdeacon Lillingston is reported to have said, “that Yass people were too apt to consider that the world lay between Bowning and the Gap”. In the 1871 census Binalong is shown as having a population of 189 of whom 36 belonged to the Church of England.

The first service at Binalong was recorded there on 1 April 1883.

In 1886 a grant of £30 was promised by the diocese towards the building of the church at Binalong and in 1887 the Bishop reported that the debt to the Binalong building committee had been paid. A brick church built on a stone foundation. The bricks were obtained from Gunning and the bricklayer was Mr Bundock of Boorowa. The church was finished in May 1886.

A foundation stone was laid on 22 June 1927 by the Right Reverend Dr Radford.


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* The list may not contain all serving Clergy.
1913 - 1916 Rev W.S. PRICE  
1916 - 1917 Rev R. BARKER  
1917 - 1918 Rev F. INGLE  
1918 - 1920 Rev N.R.R. MACARTNEY  
1918 - Rev C.J. RANDELL  
1920 - 1925 Rev R. UPJOHN  
1920 - Rev H.H. GOWING  
1925 - 1932 Rev J. ROSE  
1932 - 1936 Rev H.H. KYTE  
1936 -   Vacant
1937 - 1940 Rev P. PICBURN  
Extract: St Thomas Church Binalong Jubille 1886 - 1936
Binalong, NSW - St Thomas's Anglican