Comradeship, Unity & Discipline

A mixture of modern and latter-day Ulster Volunteers: the names of WWI dead are listed on both sides, while six modern volunteers are portrayed above the central panel of soldiers in a trench. J1835 lists the men in the previous version of the mural as J. Shaw, T. Mawhinney, J. Cordner, C. Logan, S. McCrea, W. Millar.

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Charge Of The 36th At Thiepval

“The charge of the 36th (Ulster) Division at Thiepval, 1st July 1916. By the end of the battle, five thousand five hundred Ulstermen lay dead. ‘At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.'” Inniscarn Drive, Rathcoole.

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Glengormley UVF

UVF Hooded gunmen from the 1st East Antrim battalion. “In dungeon deep I know what fate awaits me/Tied hand and food the foe have bound me fast/And in my haste I pray that God above me/Will grant this wish I know will be my last.” (From Here Lies A Soldier) “In proud and loving memory Vol. Jim McKee.”

Queens Avenue, Glengormley.

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UFF 2nd Batt A Coy Glengormley

“They live with us in memory still/Not just today but always will.” “Dedicated to all our fallen comrades of South East Antrim Brigade.” “Vol A Helm, Co G Evens, Vol W Gordan, Vol J Woods, Vol T McDonald”. Queens Avenue, Glengormley.

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