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KNOCKBREDA PARISH CHURCH, County Down
SAINT COMGALL’S PARISH CHURCH, Bangor, County Down
SAINT ELIZABETH’S PARISH CHURCH, Dundonald, County Down.
SAINT JOHN'S PARISH CHURCH, Newcastle, County Down.

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KNOCKBREDA PARISH CHURCH, COUNTY DOWN

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN HONOURED MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF THIS PARISH WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE GREAT WAR
MAX  HERBERT BROWNE, Captain M.C., R.I.R.; WILLIAM BURNS, Rifleman, R.I.R.; WILLIAM CHRISTIE, Rifleman, R.I.R.; FRANCIS LEE  CLELAND, Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps; HAROLD LYNESS, Lieutenant, Royal Irish Fusiliers; DAVID MARSHALL, Rifleman, R.I.R.; GEORGE TIFFIN, Rifleman, R.I.R.; JAMES TIFFIN, Rifleman, R.I.R.; MATTHEW WEIR, Artificer, Royal Navy; JAMES EDWIN  WOODS, Lieutenant Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS

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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF THIS PARISH WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
1939 – 1945

James Stuart Davidson, Flight Lieutenant, Royal Air Force (Pathfinders Force)
Andrew Nicol Durran Don, Lieutenant, Lothian And Borders Yeomanry
John Faulkner, Sergeant Wireless Officer, Royal Air Force
Frederick Charles Hill, Flight Officer, Royal Air Force
Robert Valentine Ievers, Sergeant Observer, Royal Air Force
Charles Cecil Mckenna, Sergeant, A.G., Royal Air Force
William Herbert Robertson Smith, Flight Sergeant, Royal Air Force
W. Ernest Wilson, Flight Sergeant, Royal Air Force

ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS

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SAINT COMGALL’S PARISH CHURCH, Bangor, County Down.
The memorial consists of a new organ that has been erected as a thanksgiving for victory and peace, and in proud and grateful memory of those members of the congregation who laid down their lives in the Great War.

THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN.
Harris Lee Absolom, Earnest William Barrett, Knox Gordon Barrett, Norman James Barrett, the Hon Gerald Ava Bingham, Lord Basil Temple  Blackwood, James Brown, Robert Carson, Reginald John Collier, Thomas Edward Cooke, William Crozier, Charles Verdon Darnell, Edward Davidson, David Harvey Ferguson, Ernest Henry Hewitt, Holt Montgomery Hewitt, William Arthur Hewitt, William David McBride, James McClure, William MacDonnagh, Henry Irwin Mahaffy, William Midwinter, Thomas Miskelly, Robert Moore, Robert John Morgan, John O’Neill, Thomas Patterson, Vivian Trevor Tighe Rea B.A., George Robinson, Richard Ivan Robson,  M.C., John Graham Savage, Terence Sharman-Crawford, Alfred E. J. Steele-Nichilson, W. Herbert H, Steele-Nicholson, Thos. Stevenson, Joseph E. Townsend, Hugh Skillen Wilson.=================================================================================================================
Saint Elizabeth’s Church of Ireland, Dundonald, County Down.
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THOSE MEMBERS OF THIS CHURCH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR,
1914 – 1919.

THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN.
Armstrong, William.
Downes, Robert.
McLean, Joseph.
Porter, Joseph.
Thompson, John.
Thompson, Robert.
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Saint John’s Parish Church, Newcastle, County Down.

THIS TABLET AND THE PANELLING IN THE CHANCEL ARE ERECTED TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF

Francis 6th Earl Annesley
Herbert Cooper
Everard Digges La Touche,
Averell Digges La Touche,
Douglas R. Ewing
John Greer
John V. Knox
Victor T. Law
John McMullan
George Neill
Robert C. Orr
George Skillen
Sydney Skillen
Charles O. Slacke

Who died for their King and Country in the Great War.

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