There will be a service of Remembrance held in the College Chapel this Sunday, 10th November, to commemorate the members of Queens' who have died in conflict, particularly those who died in the two great wars, 1914-1918 and 1939-1945.
The service is open to all and we kindly request that members of the congregation take their seats by 10:40am for the service beginning at 10:55am.
This year, the names of three Queens' members have been added to the War Memorial.
- Private William Pettett (1900), 46th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. Accidentally killed on active service at Baizieux, aged 35.
- Lo Po Ching (1915),Civilian from Canton. Drowned when the passenger ship S.S.Hirano Maru was torpedoed South of Ireland, as he was returning home, aged 24.
- Wong Shin Fan (1915), Civilian from Canton. Also drowned when the S.S. Hirano Maru was torpedoed, aged 24.
Photograph, right: the wreath at last year's Remembrance Sunday service.