Balmoral Methodist Church, Balmoral Avenue, Belfast.
To The Glory Of God And In Honoured Memory Of The Members Of This Church Who Served Their King And Country In The Great War 1914 – 1919.
The Names of the FALLEN
McCutcheon, John Cecil,
Martin, Eric Franklin, Private, Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry). CWGC information ;- Son of the Rev. Pierce Martin and Rose Edith Martin, of 34, Bawnmore Rd., Balmoral, Belfast.
Riddell, David Moore, Second Lieutenant, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment). CWGC information ;- Son of Henry and Mary Jane Riddell, of 51, Myrtlefield Rd., Belfast.
Scott, Walter Alexander,
These Also Served.
Gamble, Baptist William,
Gibson, J. Herbert,
Gibson, R. E. Pearson,
Johnson, Alfred W.,
McWilliam, William John,
Martin, Ernest B.,
Moore, Harold Percy,
Oldham, Edward G.
Oldham, Thomas H.
Oldham, John B.,
Wilson, Sydney G.
The tablet is of brass, mounted on a dark carved oak base, and has in the centre the names of the members of the congregation who gave their lives, surrounded by an oak leaf wreath, and on either side the names of those who survived. It was designed and executed by Mr David Mairs, engraver, of 33 Great Victoria Street, Belfast.
[This church no longer exists. The congregation amalgrated with Lisburn Road Methodist Church.]
Belfast Telegraph, January 3, 1920.
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