Welcome to My Methodist History where you can enjoy sharing photos, memories or research about anything to do with the Methodist Church since the various strands joined together in 1932.
My wife and I worshiped at Eastbrook Hall for 24 years from 1963, our daughter was brought there,many happy years,we still keep in touch with members and all getting older.We retired and came to live in Bridlington. It is good to read reports about Eastbrook of happy memories.
The men who returned were:
John Grant 4th East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery G.H. Smith 4th Bn. Border Regt. Westie Stone West Cumberland Yeomanry Frank Byers Motor Machine Gun Service Thomas Jackson 4th East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery Robert English 4th Bn. Border Regt. Alfred Pickersgill Royal Engineers Morley Stobbart Royal Engineers William Watt King’s Own Scottish Borderers Stanley Kerr 11th Bn. Border Regt. George Lewis 4th East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery John Coulthard Army Ordnance Corps Robert Coulthard 4th Bn. Border Regt. John Hayston Royal Garrison Artillery Matt Hutchinson Royal Garrsion Artillery William E. Casson Army Service Corps Frank Goodfellow Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Addison Napier Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders William Chambers Royal Marine Light Infantry Albert Brown 4th Bn. Border Regt. Harry Lynn Richard Jenkinson Lancashire Fusiliers Ernest Tinkler Royal Engineers John J. Turner Border Regt. Chris Beaty 4th Bn. Border Regt. Thomas Ryan 4th Bn. Border Regt. George Holliday
I have found out that a number of my relatives died in the First World War. I’ve got a couple of Charles Moulster’s medals.