Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour

Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour Glenavy and Tawai rolls of honour

The Glenavy public hall, opened in March 1924, is not a war memorial hall but does contain five rolls of honour. These include two framed lists of men from the Glenavy district who served in the world wars; two wooden tablets listing servicemen from nearby Tawai (these were possibly transferred from the Tawai School when it closed down in 1947); and a third wooden tablet listing the two men from Glenavy who were killed during the First World War (Lieutenant George Isaac Cuthbertson and Private Eugene Francis McCarthy).

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