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Scope & Content: The memorial consists of a window and a plaque.

The window has the inscription: "The second window is given by / the Isle of Man Steam Packet Co. Ltd., / in memory of those members of the staff / who laid down their lives for their country. / 1939 - 1945."

A wooden plaque below the window reads as follows:
"This tablet and the commemorative window mentioned were sited in / St Barnabas' Church, Douglas, until the Church was demolished in 1969."

No names listed;
Second World War.

Isle of Man Steam Packet house flag on the top centre of the wooden plaque.

The memorial was sponsored by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Co. Ltd. The monument was originally situated in St Barnabas' Church, Douglas until November 1969, when it was relocated to the Steam Packet Headquarters, due to St Barnabas' Church being demolished. Following the re-siting of the window, the varnished wooden plaque measuring 2.75" x 31.5" was situated immediately below the window.

Information provided by the Isle of Man Government Preservation of War Memorials Committee.
Image courtesy of Chris Blyth, Isle of Man Photographic Society.

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Administration / Biographical History: Custodian: Isle of Man Steam Packet Company; Faculty Protection: No

Item name: Isle Of Man Steam Packet War Memorial, Iom Steampacket Headquarters, Douglas

ID number: IOM_NIWM_DOU_00021


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