The annual harvest thanksgiving service was held in the Pariah Church, Ballymore, on Sunday week forenoon and in Cashel Chapel of Ease in the afternoon [November 7, 1920]. At the morning service a handsome mural tablet was dedicated by the  rector, bearing the following inscription: –

Erected by the parishioners in memory of the men from this parish who fell in the great war, 1914-1918

John A. Johnstone, died March 4th, 1918, Private 7/8 R.I.F. ;            Joseph Johnstone, died October 17, 1918,                     Private 6th Royal Innis­killing Fusiliers; William A. Wilkinson, died March 21, 1918,                                               Second-Lieutenant, 7/8 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 16th Division;                                               Charles Wilkinson, died October 8th, 1918, M.G., 38th Infantry, American E.F.

 ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.’ (St. John xv. 13)

Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Pieter Stewart-Bam, O.B.E., Ards, unveiled the tablet, and addressed the congregation on the necessity of carrying on the work for which, these men paid the supreme sacrifice- namely, the building up of the Empire. He also reminded them that, while that day they paid homage to the memory of heroes from their own, church and parish, yet they should not forget that others of different religions from the district had also laid down their lives. He considered it a great honour to be asked to unveil the tablet, which had been placed on the walls of their church as a lasting memorial of valour, courage, and self-sacrifice. The preacher at both morning and afternoon services was the Rev. T. A. Hickson Moriarty, rector of Glendermott, who delivered instructive and helpful sermons, which were much appreciated. The choir, in charge of Miss M’Eihinney, the orga­nist, rendered the musical part of the service in good taste. The church decorations repaid the labour expended on it by the parishioners, as the effect was most pleasing.

Londonderry Sentinel 13th November 1920 page 7