Names Carved In Stone

The Names Carved in Stone books are now available to buy for £10. In Armagh they are for sale in Trimprint (English Street), the Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum and Armagh County Museum (both on the Mall). They are also available to buy or order in any Faith Mission bookshop in Northern Ireland.   All profits will go to SASRA (The Soldiers and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association. www.sasra.org.uk)
Books are available from any member of The Mall Church. We would be happy to post one to you (post and packaging is free within the UK). Use the ‘contact us’ section to send us your details and we’ll arrange to have a book delivered.

The book contains the personal profiles of all 69 men and women whose names are carved in stone on the First World War, War Memorial and Roll of Honour. The profiles include their family background, early life and upbringing in Armagh, their role within the Mall Church as well as their contribution to the Great War.
The hard backed, full colour book has been researched by Fiona Berry, edited by Rev Ivor Smith of the Presbyterian Historical Society, beautifully designed by Jason McFarland of Artwork Army and printed by Trimprint of Armagh.
The book will be of interest to those who enjoy genealogy, the First World War, congregational life as well as local history.

 

 

To download an update of the book, as a pdf, please click here.

To read about Lance Corporal Alexander McCartney’s Bible please click here.

To read about Richard Halliday please click here.

To read about William Webster please click here.

 

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Sunday School – 10.15am
Morning Service – 11.30am
Prayer Meeting – 6.20pm (1st Sunday of Month 5.30pm)
Evening Service – 7.00pm (1st Sunday of Month 6.00pm)

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