Headstones: St. Annes Memorial Plaques, Belfast Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Antrim Index Copyright Contributed by: Valerie Ackroyd Photos ----------------------------------------------- ST. ANNES MEMORIAL PLAQUES, BELFAST, N. IRELAND Photo No.0 To the Honour and Glory of God | and in memory of the undermentioned Sisters | and Staff Nurses of | Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service | and | Territorial Force Nursing Service | Who gave their lives during the War of 1914-1919. | [left column] Q.A.I.M.N.S. | ELSIE KELLY DONALDSON PARKER, Staff Nurse | Q.A.I.M.N.S. Res. | MARTHA FARLEY, Matron. | MARY AGNES DOHERTY, Sister. | MARGARET ELLIFFE, Sister. | MARGARET HESSIE JOHNSTON, Sister. | ROSE McGIBBON, Sister. | KATHLEEN BOLGER, Staff Nurse | MARY DANAHAR, Staff Nurse. | RACHEL FERGUSON, Staff Nurse. [right column] Q.A.I.M.N.S. Res. | EMILY GRAY, Staff Nurse. | MOYRA O'BRIEN, Staff Nurse. | ELIZABETH GRACE STEWART, Staff Nurse. | MARY ALICE WALSHE, Staff Nurse. | ELIZABETH WALLACE, Staff Nurse. | ELIZABETH HARVEY WATSON, Staff Nurse. | T.F.N.S. | EILEEN MARY O'GORMAN, Sister. | ANNIE COX, Staff Nurse. | HILDA GARLICK, Staff Nurse. Photo No.1 Sacred | to the memory of | WILLIAM THOMAS BRISTOW LYONS | of Old Park and Brookhill ... | Co. Antrim. | only son of | WILLIAM HOLMES LYONS. | of Old Park, by ANN his wife. | daughter of the Rev. WILLIAM BRISTOW. | Vicar of Belfast. and for many years | Sovereign of the town | Born 12th August 1812. | Died 4th June 1887. Photo No.2 To the Glory of God. | This Window is erected by | Sir DANIEL DIXON | In loving memory of his brother, | THOMAS S. DIXON, | Who died 2nd Jan. 1890, and of his son, | PERCY DIXON, | Lieutenant in the 3rd Batt. Royal | Fusiliers, who died at Cairo 26th | Aug. 1902. Aged 20 years. Photo No.3 In affectionate remembrance of | WILLIAM McVICKER | Who introduced | The Boys' Brigade | to Ireland in 1888 | Founder of the 1st Belfast Company | In St. Mary Magdalene Parish Church. | He served the Brigade | with distinction and devotion, | in numerous offices at Battalion. | District and National Level | until his death in 1925. | Beloved by all who knew him. | A man of God with outstanding gifts | of Christian leadership. | Dedicated in Centenary year Photo No.4 In affectionate and | grateful memory of | STEWART BLACKER QUIN | whose work for the | church in this united | diocese will ever be | remembered. | Died 9th April 1921 | This tablet is erected by a number | of his Clerical friends. Photo No.5 To the Glory of God | and in loving memory of | ROBERT ERNEST READE, D.S.O. | Lieutenant 1st Bat. King's Royal Rifles. | The window above is dedicated. | He served in the Battle of Talana Hill, the | Retreat from Dundee, and the Siege of Ladysmith, | and received the Distinguished Service Order for | conspicuous gallantry at the Battle of Wagon Hill. | A year after the Relief of Ladysmith when in | the N.E. Transvaal with a small Column under | Colonel CAMPBELL, A.D.C., commanding 1st Bat. | K.R.R. he was mortally wounded in an encounter | with the Boers and died two days later. | A Monument marks the spot near Boschmann's Pan | about 25 miles S.E. of Middelburg, where he was | laid by his comrades. | Born 29 April 1879. Died 4 Feby. 1901. | Erected by his father, | R. H. READE, D.L., | of Wilmont, Co. Antrim. Photo No.6 To the Glory of God | and to the revered memory of | CHARLES SEAVER D.D. | Dean of Connor | This window is dedicated | "This to his memory, upon | whose grave the benedictions fall— | As flowers from mourning hands, perfum'd | with tears—of all God's poor; the sick | and sorrowful, and those whose feet | had wandered far astray. For thus | he followed his fair master, Christ, | and "doing good," taught us amid | our strife of creeds and vain conceit | of knowledge. That alone ma men | know God along this common path | of love's unselfishness; since God | is love indeed, and best we prove | our creed divine through Charity." | Born at Heath Hall Co. Armagh 1820. | Died at Glencoe Belfast 1907. | Erected by public subscription. Photo No.7 This Window, a bequest of | JAMES TRELFORD, | commemorates many | members of a family | who worshipped in | Belfast Parish Church | and Cathedral | continuously for over | 200 years. | Especially | JAMES TRELFORD, 1854-1928 | Hon. Secretary of the Cathedral Board | 1910-1928 | and ROBERT TRELFORD, 1858-1947 | Vestry Man 1902-1946 Photo No.8 To the Glory of God | and in memory of | THOMAS JAMES WELLAND, D.D. | Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, and Dromore. | Born 31st March 1830. | Deacon 1854. Priest 1855. Bishop 1892. | Died 29th July 1907. | He consecrated the nave of | this Cathedral 2nd June 1904. | "A holy man of God who like Abraham | looked for a city which hath foundations | whose builder and maker is God."