Ballyholme Presbyterian Church WW2 Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO/292027


Ballyholme Presbyterian Church

Ashley Drive


BT20 5RD

Northern Ireland

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Other Parchment
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour in Calligraphy. The names of the fallen are in a box at the top, followed by the names of the served in two columns, with the 4 women at the bottom. The Church was only opened on 4 December 1937 so there is no WW1 memorial
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The fallen- Griffiths George Trooper RAC/Irwin Robert G W (Roy) C/R/O MN/Moore Robert RAF; The served- Adams William T Sergeant RA Lilley Brian M Lieutenant RNVR/ Adams Noel A Sub Lieutenant RNVR Mann John Lieutenant RNVR/ Allan Leslie Corporal M/C Reg Martin Hugh S Engineer MN/ Allen John Lieutenant RAMC McCormick Sidney B LAC RAF/ Cairnduff Robert M Lance Bombardier RA McCaig Jack Driver/M RA/ Cochrane Oswald C Flight Lieutenant RAF McMullan Walter J Lieutenant RNVR/ Fulton Donald C A/LA FAA (RN) McMullan J Henry Sub Lieutenant RNVR/ Frame James Corporal RAF McClelland Robert LAC RAF/ Harcourt MC William L Squadron Leader RAF Sullivan William Squadron Leader RAF/ Hamilton M derek Pilot Officer RAF Thompson Alf M Chief Steward MN/ Irwin William J Lieutenant RNVR Thompson George A Corporal RAMC/ Irwin Joseph Flight Lieutenant RAF Walker Hubert H AB USS/ Irwin John Corporal RAF Wilson William J CPO RN/ Lightbody Archibald Corporal RAF Wallace John R Sergeant R/S/GS/ Lightbody John Sergeant RAF Wallace David Boy RN/ Lindsay Alex Private Gordon Highlanders Gordon David LAC RAF/ Larmour William Private ASH / Harcourt Catherine D WRNS / Harcourt Margaret P WRNS / Jones Elizabeth LACW / Lamb Jane WRNS

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