Operation Banner (1969-2007) Northern Ireland - 1st Kings Regiment

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Reference WMO/156916


St John's Gardens,

behind St Georges Hall,

William Brown Street,

City Centre,


L1 1JJ


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Pillar/column
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Unknown
  • Northern Ireland
About the memorial: Black Memorial pillar with various inscriptions in Gold Lettering. Located in gardens.
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FRONT - The Kings _ HONI * SOIT * QUI * MAL * Y * PENSE _ NEC ASPERA TERRENT _ We Will Remember Them. TOP - To Commemerate all those _ Kingsmen of the 1st Battalion _ Kings Regiment who have lost _ Their Lives Whilst Serving in _ Norther Ireland during _ Operation Banner 1969 - 2007. (picture of Norther Ireland Medal) BACK - (picture of Soldier with gun) This Memorial was paid for by Public _ Donations and Erected by the _ Independent King`s Regiment Association. LEFT SIDE - (names and dates) RIGHT SIDE - (names and dates)

LEFT SIDE - Cpl Alan Buckley 13.05.1972, KGN Eustace Hanley 23.05.1972, KGN Marcel Doglay 30.05.1972, KGN James Jones 18.07.1972, KGN Brian Thomas 24.07.1972, KGN Rennie Layfield 18.08.1972, KGN Roy Christopher 30.08.1972, Sgt. Dennis Dooley 15.03.1975, KGN David Owen 14.10.1975, RIGHT SIDE - KGN Peter Kavanagh 14.11.1975, KGN Christopher Shanley 11.04.1979, L/Cpl Stephen Rumble 19.04.1979, L/Cpl Andrew Webster 09.05.1979, KGN Stephen Beacham 24.10.1990, L/Cpl Stephen Burrows 24.10.1990, KGN Vincent Scott 24.10.1990, KGN David Sweeney 24.10.1990, KGN Paul Worral 24.10.1990.

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