New Kirk Braddan Parish War Memorial

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Reference WMO190422

Address:

St Brendan's Churchyard (New)

Saddle Road

Braddan

IM4 4LB

Isle of Man

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Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Wheel cross
Lettering: Incised
About the memorial: Column and cross made of Manx slate. The column is on a Manx stone base of three tiers, on which the names are added. The column is topped by the cross of St Brendan. The memorial was unveiled on Sunday 04 September 1921 by Mr G. Drinkwater, M.L.C., J.P. The vicar of the parish, Rev. W. A. Rushworth, M.A., was also present. Mr H. Dunn, an ex-sergeant, conducted the sounding of the 'Last Post'. The first wreath was laid by the Captain of the Parish. The memorial was previously located in the centre of the main Douglas to Peel road, at its junction with Saddle Road. On 12 May 1961, it was moved to its present location by the side of the road in St Brendan's church grounds, as it was considered a hazard to the increased flow of traffic on the road. The cross was designed and carved by Mr T.H. Royston of Douglas, who based his design on an existing Runic memorial stone within the Old Braddan churchyard. The memorial is of the same blue slate as the old Braddan cross. Information provided by the Isle of Man Government Preservation of War Memorials Committee. Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials: IOM_NIWM_BRA_00001
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'To the glory of God / and in everlasting memory of / the men of Kirk Braddan / who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918.' 41 names listed alphabetically; 'To the glory of God and in everlasting / memory of the men of Kirk Braddan who / gave their lives in the world war / 1939-1945.' 19 names listed alphabetically. Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials: IOM_NIWM_BRA_00001

Bigggs, George Bridson, Harald G. Bridsom, Robert H. Bridson, Ronald G. Cain, Nelson E. Callow, William Cannon, John Cannell, Wilfred S. Carter, Harold Cheesman, Arthur Childs, Victor Christian, Percy Collister, Frederick Condè, Charles Corrin, Thomas Corkill, C. R. Cowin, Harald Cowin, John„ M.M. Cowin,William D. Cowley Stanley C. Cox, Hugh B. H. Creetch, Henry F, Faragher, William Fraser, George Goldie-Taubman, Gerald Gray, Frederick Howland, Herbert C. Kelly, Philip Kelly, Wilfred Kerruish, R. W. Kneen, Alfred R. Lockerby, Walter Margerison, G. d. Moore, J. J. Moore, W. G. Mylchreest David Mylrea, William Parry, Thomas Quayle, John T. Russell, Harold Santer, Sydney

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