Erected to the imperishable memory
of those gallant Belfast men whose
names are here inscribed and who
lost their lives on the 15th April, 1912,
by the foundering of the Belfast built
R.M.S. Titanic, through collision with
an iceberg, on her maiden voyage
from Southampton to New York.
Thomas Andrews Junr, William Henry Marsh Parr,
Roderick Chisholm, Anthony Wood Frost, Robert Knight,
William Campbell, Ennis Hastings Watson, Francis Parkes,
Alfred Fleming Cunningham, Herbert Gifford Harvey,
Albert George Ervine, Dr. John Edward Simpson,
William McReynolds, Henry Philip Creese,
Thomas Millar, Hugh Fitzpatrick, Joseph Beattie,
Matthew Leonard, Archibald Scott, Hugh Calderwood,
Richard Turley, William McQuillan.
Their devotion to duty and heroic
conduct, through which the lives
of many of those on board were
saved, have left a record of calm
fortitude and self-sacrifice which
will ever remain an inspiring example
to succeeding generations.
love hath no man than this
that a man lay down his life for his friends."