Presbyterian Church of Ireland Ministers who fell in WW1 (MISSING)

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Reference WMO/292284


Assembly Buildings

2-10 Fisherwick Place



Northern Ireland

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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Unknown Unknown
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Tablet-no other details known. The newspaper calls the premises "Church House" but it is the same place. Six Ministers were named. One of those was Revd John Robert Bartley of Tralee Presbyterian Church. He was so named not for military or Chaplaincy service but because he was killed when RMS Leinster was torpedoed on 10 October 1918. He was travelling to London to visit his seriously injured son in Tooting Hospital- who died 6 days later. So Revd Bartley was a direct civilian casualty of the Germans. Another Minister named on this memorial was James Lawrence Rentoul of Rostrevor- who was serving as a stretcher bearer in the Royal Army Medical Corps when he was killed on 30 September 1918. He is named on the Rosemary Street First Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour (where he had served his assistancy before ordination to Rostrevor)-WMO/292177, and also on an individual plaque at Rostrevor-WMO/292285
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