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Roll of Honour 1914-18 Bottle Works





Original Location

Londonderry Glass Bottlemakers Trade Society (Closed)

Which war


Memorial Description

Roll of Honour, illuminated in full colour. At the top, a scroll bears the words “Roll of Honour” on each side of a picture and surmounted by a lion. Each end of the scroll is supported by a female figure. These figures in turn are seated at the top of a column which runs up each side, and is festooned with flags and shields. At the foot of each column is a figure of (left) a soldier and (right) a sailor. At centre bottom is an angel bearing a torch aloft, comforting a woman kneeling in front of her with a child in her lap.
The names are listed in three columns, The central column bears the names of those who were killed or died of wounds, the two outer ones of those who served.

Materials used

Paper behind glass


Londonderry / Glass Bottlemakers’ Trade Society. “Their Memory Shall Live For Ever”


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Roll of Honour 1914-18 Bottle Works (S117.08)

SEAHAM    Londonderry Glass Bottlemakers Trade Society


   Glass Bottlemakers’ Trade Society.
Central column:
   Killed or Died of
   Wounds or Disease.
   Capt. Herbert S. Watson, G.H.
   Pte. Robt. Anderson, N.F.
   Pte. John Atkinson, Yorks.
   Pte. Joseph Alderson, D.L.I.
   Pte. Edward Barker, Yorks.
   Cpl. John D. Batey, D.L.I.
   Pte. Chrisr. Cowell, Yorks.
   A.B. Robert Clint, R.N.
   Dvr. Wilfd. Edmundsen, R.F.A.
   Pte. Andrew Harvey, N.F.
   Cpl. John B. Meek, C.G.
   Sergt. Frances N. Reed, Yorks.
   Pte. Septimus Reed, N.F.
   Pte. Wm. P. Redshaw, R.L.R.
   Pte. Robert Miller, G.H.
   Pte. Josph Thompson, N.F.
   Pte. Ernest Taylor, D.L.I.
   Pte. Thos. Wallace, Yorks.
   Pte. Frank Watson, N.F.
   Pte. George Watson, D.L.I.
   Pte. James Wallace, N.F.
   Pte. Mattw. Williamson, D.L.I.
   Gnr. Edward Wylde, R.F.A.
   “Their Memory Shall Live For Ever”
Left hand column                Right hand column

   Rank Name and Regt.             Pte. Thos. McAndrew, T.R.
   Pte. Wm. Anderson R.A.M.C.      Dvr. George Miller, R.F.A.
   Pte. Jas.P. Anderson, S.H.      Pte. Michl Miller, D.L.I.
   Sergt. John Barker, N.F.        Pte. John J. Miller, D.L.I.
   Pte. Jas. Barton, D.L.I.        Pte. John T.C. Miller, D.L.I.
   A.B. John Blake Jnr R.N.        Pte. Thos. D. Miller, A.S.C.
   Bombd. Ernt. Ballantyne, R.F.A. Pte. George A. Meek, C.G.
   L/c John R. Boult M.M. D.W.     Sergt. James McElvogue D.L.I.
   Pte. Robt. Boult, N.F.          Sergt. Robt. T. Milburn, E.Yorks.
   Sergt. Wm.S, Brown, B.W.        Sergt. Jas. W. Moorhead, C.G.
   Pte. Michl. D. Brown, Yorks.    Pte. Alexr. Nelson, D.L.I.
   Sergt. R.J. Brownlee, A.P.C.    Gunr. Anthony Oates, R.F.A.
   Dvr. Thos. H. Coates, R.F.A.    Gunr. Albert Oates, R.F.A.
   Pte. George Coates, R.A.O.C.    Cpl. Ralph G. Owens, E.Yorks.
   Gunr. John G. Clark, M.M. R.A.  Pte. Jno. W. ?Peadlington, E.Y.
   Pte. William Curran, N.F.       L/c Geo. Pattison, Jnr.  D.L.I.
   Pte. Albinus Cook Jnr. M.G.C.   Pte. Fred Pemberton, N.F.
   Gunr. Alfred Cook, R.F.A.       Pte. ? Pemberton. D.L.I.
   Dvr. Patrick Conlon, R.F.A.     Pte. William Prior, D.L.I.
   Gnr. Henry C. Conlon, T.M.B.    Pte. Robert Prior, D.L.I.
   Dvr. Henry Castledine, R.F.A.   Pte. Henry Prior, D.L.I.
   Gnr. E. Colborne, R.F.A.        Dvr. Andrew Reekie, R.F.A.
   Bomb. Geo.H. Davison, R.F.A.    Pte. Heny Robinson, D.L.I.
   Dvr. Thos. H. Donnison, R.F.A.  Dvr. Walter Remmer, R.F.A.
   Pte. Jas. E. Ferris, Yorks.     Dvr. Edward Remmer 
   Dvr. Thos. Frater, R.F.A.       Pte. James Remmer K.O.Y.L.I.
   Pte. Lawce Frater, S.H.         Pte. Ernest Remmer, D.L.I.
   Pte. Robert E. Foots A.C.C.     Pte. Fredk. Remmer R.L.R.
   Dvr. William Foots, R.F.A.      Pte. Robert M. Softly, D.L.I.
   Pte. Ralph Foots, N.F.          Pte. Claude Softly, W.Y.
   Cpl. William Fuller, E.Y.       Dvr.Thomas L. Softly, R.F.A.
   Pte. John T. Graham, N.F.       Pte. Arthur Softly, D.W.O.
   Dvr. Walton Gibson, R.F.A.      Pte. John Shepherd, D.L.I.
   Pte. Thos. W. Greenwood, Y.R.   Pte. George Shepherd, D.L.I.
   Pte. William Hall, C.G.         Pte. James P. Smith 3rd Yks.
   Bomb. George Hall, R.F.A.       Pte. Thomas Smith, S.H.
   Pte. John W. Harrison, D.L.I.   Gnr. Alfred Taylor, R.F.A.
   Pte. James Jeffrey, Yorks.      Gnr. Jno. W. Thompson, R.F.A.
   Pte. Michael Jennings, D.L.I.   Dvr. Henry Thompson, R.F.A.
   Pte. Josiah Jennings, R.E.      Pte. Arthur Thompson, R.A.F.
   Cpl. John Jubb, D.L.I.          Gnr. James Turnbull, R.F.A.
   Pte. James Jubb, W.Y.           Gnr.William Turns, R.F.A.
   Pte. James Jubb, R.A.F.         Pte. Edward Tullock, D.L.I.
   Pte. Fred. A. Kelly, D.L.I.     Sergt. Joseph Veitch, T.C.
   Pte. George Kelly, D.L.I.       Gnr. Jas. Veitch, R.F.A.
   Pte. Geo. W. Knott, N.F.        Pte. Thos. Wallace, Jr.  E.Yks.
   Pte. Jno. E. Lawson, N.F.       Gnr. Geo. Watson, R.F.A.
   Pte. Ed. Lawson, M.G.C.         Pte. Davd Wilson, N.F.
   Sergt. Geo. Lauder, D.L.I.      Sgt. Adam Wood, Y&L
   C.M. Robt. Lathan, R.N.         Pte. Robt. Wright, D.L.I.
   Pte. W. McAndrew, D.L.I.        Gnr. Jos. T. Wylde, R.F.A.
   Gnr. Mark McAndrew R.A.??       Pte. Wm. Wilson, Yorks.

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