Manx Bar Association WW1

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Reference WMO222019

Address:

The Court House

Deemsters Walk

Bucks Road

Douglas

IM1 3AR

Isle of Man

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Slate
Lettering: Incised
About the memorial: Grey-green slate with inscriptions in gold. The memorial was unveiled by Sir William Fry, Governor of the Isle of Man, on Thursday 25 May 1922 in its original location of the Old Courthouse. It was moved to its present location when the Old Courthouse was demolished and is located on the upper floor. Access is via the public entrance (through court security) and up the stairs to the top floor where both the WW1 and WW2 memorials are located immediately right in the 'dead space' at the top of the stairs. Memorial designed by Archibald Knox and executed by Mr Thomas Quayle of Douglas. Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials: IOM_NIWM_DOU_00001_1
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'In Memoriam / Robert Elliot Allen / advocate / trooper / 9th Queens Royal Lancers / killed in action / near Ypres / 24th May 1915 / aged 28 years / Thomas Lewin / advocate / lance corporal / 5th Kings Liverpool Regiment / killed in action / near Armentieres / 28th February 1917 / aged 27 years / John Bell Nelson MC / student at law / captain / 125th Napiers Rifles / died of wounds received in action / near Beit Lid Palestine / 22nd September 1918 / aged 24 years / erected by the Manx Bar.'

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