County Londonderry Church of Ireland

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CASTLEROCK, (CHRIST CHURCH) Church of Ireland, County Londonderry.
COLERAINE ,(SAINT  PATRICK’S) PARISH CHURCH, County Londonderry.
LONDONDERRY CITY, CHURCH OF IRELAND, Church of Ireland, County Londonderry.
PORTSTEWART, AGHERTON PARISH, Church of Ireland, County Londonderry.

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Castlerock (Christ Church) Church of Ireland, County Londonderry.

This memorial is a bronze plate mounted on slate and bearing the following inscription: "In proud memory of G.R. Bruce, R. Eakin,  T. Hampsey, J. Johnston, J.S. Johnston, H. Macauley, J. Macauley, J.D. Macauley, G. Madden, H. Stinson, Churchmen of this Parish who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914- 1918".
The Names of the Fallen
G. R. BRUCE: Midshipman Gervase Ronald BRUCE, Royal Navy. He was killed in action when his ship H.M.S. Monmouth was sunk, November 1914 off the coast of Chile.
R. EAKIN: Private Robert Eakin, 27916 of the 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers was a son of Robert George Eakin of the Cottages (Twelve Apostles), Castlerock and the late Mary Jane Eakin (nee McNabb).
T. HAMPSAY: Private Thomas Hampsey 9240, 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He enlisted at Coleraine. He was born on the 16th December 1889 and was 25 years old when he was killed. He was the son of William and Elizabeth Hampsey of Fairview Articlave and had three brothers, William James, Alexander and Hugh and two Sisters, Maggie and Lillie.
J. S. JOHNSTON: Private James Steel Johnston, 9269, 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He was the son of Thomas and Jane Johnston of Pottagh, Castlerock and was 26 years old when he died. James and John (below) Johnston were brothers.
J. JOHNSTON: Private John Johnston, 19868, 10th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He was the son of Thomas and Jane Johnston of Knocknogher, Articlave, Castlerock. James (above) and John Johnston were brothers.
H. MACUALEY, Private Hugh McCauley, 24955, 10th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
He was the son of James and Elizabeth McCauley of Daisyhill, Upper Articlave. He was killed in action on the 16th August 1917 at the battle of Passchendaele and was aged 22 years.
J. MACAULEY: Private Johnny McCauley, 42466, 9th (North Irish Horse) Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers. He was the son of James Dill and Elizabeth McCauley of Daisyhill, Upper Articlave.
J. D. MACAULEY: Private John D. McCauley, 19875, 10th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
G. MADDEN: Private George Madden, 24675,10th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He was a son of Andrew Madden, Articlave. On the 8th August 1907 he married Martha McCallion, Pottagh in St. Paul’s Parish Church. They had two children, Andrew and Annie.
H. STINSON; Private Hugh Stinson, 12691, 6th Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers. He was the son of Thomas and Mary Ann Stinson, Castlerock and was born on the 17th July 1892. His father had been the Headmaster of Articlave Public Elementary School. He was killed in action on 15th August 1915 aged 23 years.
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COLERAINE (SAINT PATRICK’S) PARISH CHURCH, County Londonderry.
The tablet is in panelled oak, surmounted by miniature battle scenes, and, like the stained glass memorial, has been most artistically designed.
The Names of the Fallen;
James Allen, Robert Anderson, Archibald Anderson, Robert Bacon, McDonald Campbell (Lieutenant), Wm. J. Elkin, James Fulton, John Gribbon (Lieutenant), James Henry, Edward Hosier, George E. Huston, Charles Jewell, Robert Letson, Wm. Millar, Wm. Murray, Hugh McFadden, George McIntyre, James McKay, William McKay, Wm. McGrath, Robert Parke, Samuel Parke, Robert Paul, Wm. Rankin, Robert Rankin, John Rodman, Robert Simpson, John Simpson, Wm. Stewart, Wm. Templeton, and Samuel Willis (Capt.)
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Christchurch, Church of Ireland, Londonderry City.
The Lord Bishop (the Right Rev. Dr. Peacocke) unveiled the stained-glass window and tablet. The subjects represented are Chivalry and Victory, one a youthful knight in full armour and ruby mantle and the other a winged figure holding a golden crown. In addition, there are two smaller subjects representing war on land and sea, and in the borders are emblems of war and heraldic devices. Above are the arms of Derry and Enniskillen. The window , was designed and executed by Mr. William MacBride, of the Craftworkers, Ltd., 39, Harcourt Street, Dublin. The tablet, which bears the names of the fifty-two members of the congregation who made the supreme sacrifice, is erected underneath the window.


William F. Algeo, ship’s surgeon; Herbert Laverock, W.O., R.N., Alexander Hamilton, Btsn., H.M.T., John Kelly, A.B., R.N., Rev. Alexander Spence, C.F., M.C., Captain Joseph Ballintine, Captain Charles B. Williams, Lieutenant Ernest M’Clure, Lieutenant C. G. Tillie, Lieutenant Ernest Williams, Second-Lieutenant Robert A. Bogle, Second-Lieutenant James Dixon, Second-Lieutenant Victor Gransden, Second-Lieutenant W. Maultsaid, Second-Lieutenant L. W. H. Stevenson, Second-Lieutenant J. Alfred Williams, Company-Sergeant-Major George Williams, Sergeant James Jackson, M.M., Sergeant Hugh M’Comb, Sergeant Alexander M’Intyre, Sergeant James Roulston, M.M., Corporal Jack Adair, Corporal Robert Martin, Corporal Albert M’Carter, Lance-Corporal William Thornton, Privates Charles Brown, Robert Buchanan, David Burke, Andrew Campbell, Edward Campbell, Robert Carey, Walter D. Clarke, William Clements, Walter Crockett, Willie Crockett, John Fannon, Robert Gallagher, Robert Hill, Joseph Holmes, Charles James, Frank Johnston, Joseph Kennedy, Samuel Martin, William M’Allister, Alfred M’Coy, William M’Fawn, James M’Keegan, William J. Orr, Robert Orr, William Strachan, James Williamson, Greer Wilson.
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Portstewart, Agherton Parish, Church of Ireland, County Londonderry.

First World War 1914-18 (80 served)
The Names of the Fallen
Bacon Robert,
Boyd James,
Charles John, M.C.,
Finlay Thomas, M.M.
Gatchell T. H., M.C.,
Gray John,                  
Kyle Thomas,
McGowan Henry,
McGugan W. J.,
Millar Daniel,
Millar William,
Spence William,
Upson John,

Second World War 1939-45 (50 men and 3 women were served)
Boyce Dallas,
Kennedy J. S.,            
Nelson J. H.,
Wilson W.
Wilton Alexander,
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