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St Lupus Church Stained Glass Memorial Window, Malew

Period: 1923-05-26

NGR Easting: 229574

NGR Northing: 474040

Description: Inscription reads as follows: In grateful and / affectionate / remembrance / of the men of this Parish who / made the supreme sacrifice in the / Great War / 1914 - 1918. / Greater love hath / no man than this / that a man lay / down his life for / his friends."

Stained glass window depicting two crossed and unfurled flags in front of the Union flag. Above is the Three Legs of Man surrounded by a laurel wreath. Below the inscription is a Celtic designed emblem. Either side of the window has a brass plaque with a Roll of Honour, with 90 names listed alphabetically. The window, erected in 1922 as part of the war memorial approved for installation in 1921 is signed by Kathleen Shaw, a member of the Royal Hebridean Academy (RHA) in the lower left hand corner.

First World War.

Unveiled on 26 May 1923 by the Captain of the Parish, and dedicated by the Lord Bishop. Sponsored by Mrs G. Moore.

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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Site & Monument Type: window

Category: Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials

Site ID number: IOM_NIWM_MAL_00003


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