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Scope & Content: Wooden-framed parchment hanging beneath small crucifix, at the base of which is an inscription on a brass tag : "Ramsey Remember the Dead 1914-1918."

Inscription on parchment reads as follows: "Remember the men of Ramsey / who fell in the conflict or died / of wounds or sickness. / This little Memorial was the first to be put up in the Island. It stood in a frame in front of the church and was dedicated on Sunday , January 27th, 1918. / There was a list in a frame, beneath, names being added from / time to time at the request of relatives or friends." Below are 112 names, listed alphabetically.

First World War.

Dedicated 27 January 1918.

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: Vicar and Wardens - Parish of Maughold and S Ramsey; Faculty Protection: Yes

Item name: St Paul's Church First World War Roll of Honour, Ramsey

ID number: IOM_NIWM_RAM_00012

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