Belfast Corporation WW1 Memorial

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Reference WMO245590

Address:

Belfast City Hall

Donegall Square West

Belfast

BT1 6JA

Northern Ireland

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
Lettering: Raised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A large plaque situated on the first floor of the City Hall which has been in situ since 1922.Unveiling took place at noon, on Monday 22nd November, 1920. The memorial was unveiled by the Lord Mayor, (Councillor W. F Coates, J.P.) in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives of the fallen.The memorial which is of cast bronze, occupies a prominent place on the west side of the main landing, in close proximity to the massive dome. It was designed and executed by Messrs. Purdy & Mallard, and was subscribed for by the officers of the Corporation. In the centre at the top there is a laurel wreath, inside of which are inscribed in raised letters the words “Pro Patria,” and on each side of the wreath the folds of a flag are displayed. The period of the war, 1914 – 18, is also recorded.
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In memory pf the officers and employees of the Belfast Corporation who lost their lives in the Great War and whose names are inscribed below

Adair, J. T. Allen, Thomas J. (M.M.) Anderson H. McD. Ardis, J. Armstrong, J. Baillie, James Barlett, Thomas Bartrop, Benjamin, Private, Beattie, William James Bell, Charles Bell, J. Bingham, Robert James Bloomer, Robert Bloxsom, Ernest Bratton, George, Brown, W, Brown, W.R. Burns, George Burton, Robert. Caldwell, John Caldwell, Walter Campbell, John, (tramways) Campbell, John, (gas department) Corry, W. Crossey, Charles Crossey, Edward Crymble, Charles Cummins, W. Daly, Peter F. Davis, Maxwell Dempster, Robert Dickson, James Dynes, J. Rifleman, Farrell, Francis Forster, James Foster, John Galway, William Garvin, S. Gatensby, Samuel Greer, William J. Halfpenny, Patrick Halliday, Thomas O. Harvey, John Hayes, Samuel Heasley, Joseph Henderson, Andrew Heslip, Robert Hill, William Houston, Fred Hughes, P. Hughes, W. Hughes, W. L. Hule, George Jamison, James C. Jefferson, James Johnston, Edward James Johnston, W. Jones, Robert Kerr, Patrick Leacock, H. Livingston, W. M. Lynas, F. Lynas, John Lynass, Andrew Madden, T. Molloy, Michael Munn, R. J. Murphy, John P. McCahon, Robert (B.H.A.I.) McCarroll, James McClean, J. McClements, W. J. Clurg, William McComb, William McCune, James McDonald, John McGuicken, Robert J. McKay, Joseph McKeavney, T. McKelvie, A. McKeown, D. McPherson, D. McPherson, W. L. Niblock, John Nicholl, Alfred F. Nixon, W. Parkes, James Patterson, W. A. D. Poag, James, Ponise, William, P Potter, George Quinn, R. Ralph, Edward Ransom Andrew Rea. W. Rea, W. A. Riddell, David, B.Sc Robinson, J. Rox, Arthur Runaghan, John Scott, J. Scott, William Shanks, D. Shannon, George M. Shaw, William L. [M.C.] (B.A., B.E.) Shields, Samuel Simpson, Alexander Smith, A. P. Smith, William J. Smyth, John Stokes, John A. Taylor, William Toner, Patrick Towe, John Trainor, P. Worth, Arthur Wortley, Thomas. Wright, A. (M.C.)

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