Kelly Memorials Schools, Portrush.
A handsome war memorial tablet bearing the names of 156 former pupils of the Kelly Memorial Schools was unveiled at Portrush yesterday by the Right Rev. A. E. Ross, D.D., M.C., Bishop of Tuam. There was an influential attendance of parents, including a large representation of the parents and friends of the pupils. Captain F. H. Watt. J.P., Co.C., presided.
Captain S. J. Lyle, M.C., J.P., read the names on the roll of honour, including the following list of those who had made the great sacrifice;—John Bacon, William J. Bacon, James Connor, Alexander Clarke, Alexander C. Coburn, George Christie, Joseph Diamond, senior; Joseph Diamond, junior: William Eason, William Govan, Daniel Henry, James Hopkins, James Kane, John Kane, Henry R. Leech, Joseph Miller, Robert J. Morrow, Samuel Macaw, Edward A. M'Clatchie, Archibald M'Farlane, Robert H'Fetridge, Edward L. Phair, John Russell, John E. Riddell, Samuel Ross, John Smyth, David Sinclair, and John Tosh.
The Bishop afterwards unveiled the memorial. Bugler R. Platt, Coleraine, sounded the Last Post, and Rev. W. Wallace, curate, led in prayer.
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