St Albans Church
St Albans Church was built and consecrated in 1888 and was the second church in Canterbury after St Pauls. The original building was erected on a site donated by Frederick Oatley at the western end of St Alban's Road in Kingsgrove NSW. This was at a cost of £220 but was only a temporary site. Housing in that part of Kingsgrove was slow to develop as there was no public transport nearby.
- The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 13 July 1946 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/17982498
- LARCOMBE, Frederick A. Change and challenge: a history of the municipality of Canterbury. [Canterbury, NSW]: Canterbury Municipal Council, 1979. p. 302
- St. Alban's Church (Belmore, N.S.W.) St. Alban's, Belmore : diamond jubilee, 1888-1948
- The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 23 June 1930 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/16675895