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Reference WMO/155984


Mill Street

Junction with Banbridge Road (A50)



BT63 6DJ

Northern Ireland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other monument
  • Metal Lead
  • Stone Granite
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Shortly after the outbreak of war the Gilford and District Comforts Fund for Soldiers and Sailors was formed, and later the Gilford and District Prisoners of War Fund. Subsequent to the signing of the Armistice the activities of these funds came to an end, and it was decided to apply the balance of the money on hand to the erection of a tablet to perpetuate the memories of those who were called upon to lay down their lives. This money was augmented by local collections.The unveiling ceremony of Gilford War Memorial, which has been erected to the memory of the brave men from the district who made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War, was performed by Mrs Upritchard, Elmfield Castle. About 400 men from the locality served with the colours, and of this number 62 lost their lives. The tablet is composed of granite, inlaid with white marble panels, and the names, 62 in number, engraved in the marble and filled with lead. The background is of solid masonry, with a stone finish. The site for the erection of the tablet
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‘To the memory of our Fallen Heroes.’

McMaster, Hugh, M.C., DSO., (Gilford), Major, Royal Field Artillery Uprichard, Albert H. (Bannvale), Major, Royal Irish Rifles Andrews, W.J., (Moyallon), Captain, Royal Irish Rifles Steele, Thos, (Dumbarton), Lieutenant, H.M.S. Laurentic. Non-Commissioned Officers Scott, James, (Tullylish), Coy.-Sgt.-Major, Royal Irish Rifles Smith, Alexander, (Gilford), Coy.-Sgt.-Major, Canadian Infantry Cole, Millar, (Dunbarton), Sergeant, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ; Devlin, Alexander, (Tullylish), Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles Leckey, Robert, (Loughans), Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles Wright, Robert, (Dunbarton), Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles McClinchie, Matthew, (Gilford), Lance-Sergeant, Cheshire Regiment McCusker, John, (Gilford), Corporal, Royal Irish Fusiliers Lundy, Samuel, (Moyallon), Lance-Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles Owen, Joseph (Dunbarton), Lance-Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles Topley, Thomas, (Bleary), Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Fusiliers Privates Rifleman Black, John, (Laurencetown), Royal Irish Rifles Private Bond, John, (Gilford), Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Private Boyce, Alfred, (Ballydougan), Royal Canadian Dragoons Private Brennan, Herbert, (Gilford), North Irish Horse Private Brown, William, (Gilford), Royal Dublin Fusiliers Private Caddell, Alexander, (Ballynagarrick), Canadians Rifleman Cairns, William Geo. (Laurencetown), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Carson, Samuel, (Dunbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Connolly, Archibald, (Tullylish), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Devlin, Thomas, (Tullyish), Royal Irish Rifles Private Dickson, Joseph, (Drumarrin), Australian Imperial Forces Private Doyle, Owen, (Gilford), Royal Dublin Fusiliers Rifleman Duke, James, (Knocknamuckley), Royal Irish Rifles Private Fry, William George, (Tullylish), Irish Guards Rifleman Flynn, William, (Laurencetown), Royal Irish Rifles Private Flynn, Thomas, (Dunbarton) Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Rifleman Glenn, Samuel, (Gilford), Royal Irish Rifles. Rifleman Hewitt, Norman, (Laurencetown), Royal Irish Rifles Private Kennedy, Joseph V. (Gilford), K.O.S.B. Rifleman Lutton, William, (Clare), Royal Irish Rifles Private Lyttle, William, (Gilford), U.S.A. Army Rifleman Mawhinney, Thomas, (Tullyish), Royal Irish Rifles Mills, Stewart, (Gilford), Royal Navy Private McAvoy, John, (Laurencetown), Royal Dublin Fusiliers Private Moore, John, (Gilford), Royal Irish Fusiliers Private McCardle, James, (Gilford), Royal Irish Fusiliers Private McCart, Joseph, (Dunbarton), Royal Irish Fusiliers Rifleman McConnell, Wesley, (Tullylish), Royal Irish Rifles Private McCullough, James, (Gilford), Australian Imperial Forces Rifleman McDonald, John, (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Private McElmurray, George, (Gilford), Household Battalion Rifleman McKinley, Robert, (Tullylish), Royal Irish Rifles Private Owens, William, (Dumbarton,) Irish Guards Rifleman Quinn, Hill, (Drumarrin), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Sands, Joseph, (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Sergeant, Thomas H. (Loughans), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Steele, Alex. (Gilford), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Sturgeon, Robert, (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Teggart, John Mercier, (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Thompson, Wm., (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Private Toman, John, (Clare), Royal Irish Fusiliers Rifleman Topping, Wm. James, (Ballynagarrick), Royal Irish Rifles Private Treanor, John Joseph, (Tullylish), K.O.S.B Private Vogan, Robert, M.M. (Gilford), Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Rifleman Watters, David, (Dumbarton), Royal Irish Rifles Private Whiteside, Samuel, (Clare), Canadian Infantry Rifleman Woods, Wm. John, (Tullylish), Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Williamson, Alexander, (Terryhoogan), Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles Rifleman Williamson, George, (Tullyish), Royal Irish Rifles 1939 - 1945 Berry, Joseph, (Tullyish) Royal Marines Bradbury, Graham, M.M., (Lisnafiffy) Rifle Brigade Clayton, James (Gilford) Royal Air Force Craig, W. John, (Lenaderg) Royal Navy Crangle, William S. (Laurancetown) Royal Irish Fusiliers Duke, Bertie (Knocknamuckley) Royal Air Force Fitzwilliam, Samuel (Loughans) Royal Air Force Fullerton, Andrew (Loughans) Royal Air Force Major, Richard (Ballynacarrick) Royal Air Force McBurney, William (Ballykelly) Royal Ulster Rifles Tomlinson, Joseph (Gilford) Royal Army Service Corps. Reilly, F. (Gilford) Royal Air Force

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