As this was in the public domain on the email@example.com list I am reposting it on this blog for the information of those with an interest in St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Windsor.
As many people on the list have ancestors who were baptised, married or buried at St Matthew’s Anglican Church at Windsor I thought you might like to know of that they are holding an open day for people wishing to view the historic St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Rectory & Stables on Sunday 24th October 2010.
The foundation stone of Francis Greenway’s St Matthew’s Anglican Church was laid by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in October 1817. The St Matthew’s Rectory and Stables (1824-5) were built by William Cox, Principal Magistrate to the colony of New South Wales, 1810 - 1837. Please note that One final opportunity for 2010 is being provided to view the ground floor of the Rectory & the stables. Devonshire Tea plus tours of the church, graveyard, rectory and stables will be on offer.
Where: St Matthew’s Anglican Church Moses Street, Windsor, NSW 2756
When: Sun 24th October 2010, 1-4pm (Rectory & Stables) + church & graveyard tours at 1pm & 2.30pm Bookings essential, enquiries to Helen Williams, 02 4577 6677