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New South Wales - Organisation

Tress-Manning Home (1920 - c. 1970)

From
1920
To
c. 1970
Categories
Anglican, Children's Home, Home and Protestant

Tress-Manning Home, at Carlingford, was established in 1920 by the Church of England Homes Committee. It was boys' home, and closed around 1970.

Details

Tress-Manning was named after the Reverend TB Tress and the Reverend Dr Manning, who set up Church of England Children's Homes in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney in the 1880s, beginning with a home in Woolloomooloo.

Location

1920 - c. 1970
Location - Tress-Manning Home was situated at Carlingford. Location: Carlingford

Publications

Reports

  • Annual Report, Church of England Homes, c1908-1984. Details

Online Resources

Sources used to compile this entry: 'Home that is away from home?', 2011, http://nma.gov.au/blogs/inside/2011/02/02/home-that-is-away-from-home/; Annual Report, Church of England Homes, c1908-1984.

Prepared by: Naomi Parry