Glyn and District War Memorial

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Reference WMO/150098


Junction of Main Road

Glenburn Road



BT40 3HA

Northern Ireland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Obelisk
  • Unknown Unknown
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Glynn War Memorial is located on the open space in the centre of Glynn village, at the junction of Main Road (A2) and Glenburn Road. The memorial is a very handsome obelisk, designed and erected by Mr. T. Hastings, of Downpatrick, County Down. The side facing the main Belfast-Larne road bears the arresting inscription-
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“All ye who pass by remember with gratitude the men of Glynn, Maghermorne, and Raloo, who fell in the Great War.”

Robert Bodles, A.B., S.S. Argus. John B. Boyd, Private, 61st Canadians. William Brown, A.B., S.S. Pomeranian. John Burns, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. James McN. Carmichael, Pte. 2nd Canadian Infantry. William Carmichael, Private, 10th Canadian M.G.C. James Clements, captain, S.S. Gower Coast. James Crawford, Private, Australian E.F. James Ferguson, carpenter, S.S. Bray Head. Martin Graham, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. John Hill, Batt. Signaller, 12th R.I.R. John Hunter, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. Charles McG. Johnston. Randall W. McD. Johnston, Midshipman, Royal Navy William James Kirkcaldy, Private, R.A.M.C. William McCluggage, Lieut. 12th R.I.R. William H. McCluggage, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. James McConnell, A.B., S.S. Argus. James McKee, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. Robert Moore, Private, H.L.I. Samuel Moore, Private, Canadian E.F. John O’Neill, Rifleman, 12th R.I.R. Herbert Pike, Rifleman, 3rd R.I.R. John H. Shaw, Q.M.S. Canadian E.F. William Jas. Woods, Private, 10th H.L.I. James Wright, Private, Irish Guards.

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