Dedication dates of civic War Memorials in Northern Ireland

Ballymena & District War Memorial

This is a list of the dedication dates of civic War Memorials in Northern Ireland.

With many centenaries coming up, MPs, MLAs, Councillors and the public may wish to consider how they commemorate the men and women remembered on these memorials.

[List compiled by Nigel Henderson, Researcher, History Hub Ulster].

 

County Town Dedication Date
Antrim Dervock 23/12/1920
Down Dollingstown 29/01/1921
Down Greyabbey 02/04/1921
Down Moira 09/04/1921
Down Gilford 18/06/1921
Tyrone Coagh 16/07/1921
Antrim Hilden 29/10/1921
Antrim Bushmills 05/11/1921
Antrim Glynn 13/11/1921
Londonderry Aghadowey 14/11/1921
Antrim Galgorm 27/11/1921
Down Waringstown 17/12/1921
Down Holywood 28/01/1922
Londonderry Limavady 02/03/1922
Antrim Larne 07/03/1922
Down Hillsborough 13/05/1922
Antrim Crumlin 08/07/1922
Tyrone Clogher 14/09/1922
Londonderry Moneymore 12/10/1922
Down Ballywalter 25/10/1922
Fermanagh County Fermanagh War Memorial (Enniskillen) 25/10/1922
Londonderry Coleraine 10/11/1922
Antrim Portrush 11/11/1922
Tyrone Dungannon 11/11/1922
Down Comber 14/04/1923
Antrim Lisburn 28/04/1923
Down Donacloney 21/07/1923
Londonderry Garvagh 27/03/1924
Down Killyleagh 19/06/1924
Antrim Ballinderry 07/11/1924
Antrim Ballymena 11/11/1924
Londonderry Portstewart 11/11/1924
Tyrone Moy 11/11/1924
Down Groomsport 27/12/1924
Armagh Tandragee 13/04/1925
Londonderry Kilrea 01/07/1925
Down Downpatrick 05/11/1925
Armagh Portadown 13/11/1925
Tyrone Stewartstown 08/04/1926
Down Donaghadee 01/07/1926
Down Dromore 19/09/1926
Armagh Armagh City 03/12/1926
Tyrone Cookstown 18/04/1927
Down Bangor 24/05/1927
Belfast St Anne’s Cathedral Victory Memorial 01/06/1927
Londonderry Londonderry 23/06/1927
Antrim Whiteabbey (BL War Memorial Hall) 20/08/1927
Tyrone County Tyrone War Memorial (Omagh) 28/09/1927
Armagh Lurgan 23/05/1928
Antrim Ballycastle 11/11/1928
Londonderry Castledawson 30/06/1929
Belfast Belfast War Memorial 11/11/1929
Belfast Cregagh 10/11/1929
Antrim Ballyclare 09/11/1930
Down Newtownards 25/05/1934
Armagh Bessbrook 07/07/1934
Down Ballynahinch 11/11/1934
Down Banbridge War Memorial 11/11/1934
Down Banbridge Roll of Honour 11/11/1934
Antrim County Antrim War Memorial (Knockagh) 1937
Antrim Glenavy c1920
Antrim Stranocum By April 1920
Donegal Pettigo Not known
Down Castlewellan & Annsborough Not known
Down Newcastle Not known
Down Newry Sept/Oct 1939
Tyrone Castlederg 1938/39

 

Missing War Memorials in Ulster – Where are they?

Missing War Memorials in Ulster – Where are they?

History Hub Ulster researcher Nigel Henderson has identified the following war memorials as ‘missing or lost’ in Ulster.

History Hub Ulster has set up this Facebook page to maintain a record of these memorials.

 
Purple Star of Ulster LOL 1894
Installed in Clifton Street Orange Hall
Form: Tablet,  Unveiled/Dedicated: August 1927, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Balmoral Methodist Church 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: January 1920, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
College Square Presbyterian Church 
Form: Organ & Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1920, Newspaper image:  No
 
Donegall Square Methodist Church 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: October 1921, Newspaper image:  No
 
Donegall Square Methodist Church – Sunday School 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: July 1919, Newspaper image:  No
 
Duncairn Mission Hall, New Lodge Road 
Form: Clock, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1919, Newspaper image:  No
 
Falls Road Methodist Church 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: Not Known, Newspaper image:  No
 
Mervue Street Mission Hall 
Form: Reading Desk, Unveiled/Dedicated: September 1920, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Nelson Memorial Presbyterian Church 
Form: Window, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1946, Newspaper image:  No
 
Presbyterian Ministers 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: June 1921, Newspaper image:  No
 
St John’s Church of Ireland, Laganbank 
Form: Window, Unveiled/Dedicated: July 1919, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
“Our Boys Hall”, Manor Street 
Form: Parchment Roll, Unveiled/Dedicated: May 1920, Newspaper image:  Partial
 
Belfast Boy Scouts (10th Company) Cradle Roll 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: April 1919, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Belfast Boy Scouts (10th Company) 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: February 1927, Newspaper image:  No
 
Belfast YMCA 
Form: Window, Unveiled/Dedicated: September 1949, Newspaper image:  No
 
Central Presbyterian Association (First World War) 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1923, Newspaper image:  No
 
Central Presbyterian Association (Second World War) 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1949, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Cliftonville Cricket & Lawn Tennis 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: March 1927, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Londonderry Presbyterian Working Men’s Institute 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: July 1924, Newspaper image:  No
 
Ulster Amateur Flute Band 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: February 1922, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Ulsterville Harriers 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: May 1918, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Belfast Co-Operative Society 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1958, Newspaper image:  No
 
Cinnamond, Park & Company 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: October 1920, Newspaper image:  No
 
Dunville & Company Roll of Honour 
Form: Parchment Roll, Unveiled/Dedicated: March 1921, Newspaper image:  No
 
Gallaher’s Factory, Belfast 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: June 1948, Newspaper image:  No
 
General Post Office (Royal Avenue, Belfast ) 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: November 1925, Newspaper image:  Partial
 
Glen Printing & Finishing Company (Newtownards) 
Form: Parchment Roll, Unveiled/Dedicated: December 1917, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
North East Bar 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: March 1920, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Bridgett, William Henry, Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles 
Form: RBP Banner, Unveiled/Dedicated: June 1923, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Jamison Brothers of Hydepark 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: August 1917, Newspaper image:  No
 
McClean, Hugh, Farrier, Army Service Corps (Location not known) 
Form: Statue, Unveiled/Dedicated: February 1927, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
McMaster, Charles, Captain, Royal Irish Rifle (Location not known) 
Form: JLOL Banner, Unveiled/Dedicated: October 1926, Newspaper image:  Yes
 
Pollock, Paul Gilchrist, Lance-Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles 
Form: Toc H Lamp, Unveiled/Dedicated: January 1933, Newspaper image:  No
 
Antrim Road National School 
Form: Window, Unveiled/Dedicated: September 1920, Newspaper image:  No
 
Malone Training School 
Form: Tablet, Unveiled/Dedicated: July 1920, Newspaper image:  No
 
Albion Limited – First World War
Form: Parchment Roll of Honour
 
Albion Limited – Second World War
Form: Parchment Roll of Honour