On original site
Attached to a building/structure
Stained glass window
Inscribed on a plaque
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial:
PLAIN WINDOW WITH SEVEN VERTICAL LIGHTS, EACH CONSISTING OF THREE PANES. IN THE INNER LEFT HAND LIGHT IS AN ETCHED FIGURE OF A SAILOR, AND IN THE RIGHT INNER LIGHT AN AIRMAN. IN THE CENTRE OF THE WINDOW IS AN INVERTED SWORD OF SACRIFICE AND WREATHInscription
(LEFT) TO ALL SEAFARERS LOST AT SEA IN PEACE & WAR (CENTRE) 1914 - 1918/ 1939 - 1945/ LAND AIR SEA (RIGHT) IN PROUD & THANKFUL MEMORY/ OF THOSE OF THIS ISLAND, WHO DIED/ WHILST SERVING IN THE ROYAL/ AIR FORCE, & MEMBERS OF THE/ ROYAL AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION,/ ISLE OF MAN BRANCH, WHO DIED/ IN THE WINTER HILL AIR DISASTER/ 27TH FEBRUARY 1958 A.D.
NB - this memorial was originally listed under this reference number as 'St George and St Barnabas Window' and placed at St George's Church in error. Its true location, All Saints, has been confirmed from the wording of the inscription when compared to the details in the IoM National Inventory of War Memorials and from a visit to St George's Church, where is was not to be found. The vicar (on the IoM War Memorial Committee) also confirmed the above.
Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials: IOM_NIWM_DOU_00031_1
Further details will be added and this description amended when site visit made.
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