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Wellingborough, Alma Street, Independent Wesleyan/ Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Northamptonshire
Wellingborough, Alma Street, Independent Wesleyan/ Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Northamptonshire Alma Street, Independent Wesleyan/ Wesleyan Reform Chapel was built in 1877, probably ...
Charleston Wesleyan in the Shipley Circuit reported one fatality, and that they had contributed to the organ fund, a typical ...
Airton Wesleyan chapel, near Malham, was built in 1896 to seat 134 and closed in 2007. There was a plaque ...
Sheffield, Trinity, Firth Park Road
Trinity Wesleyan, Firth Park Road, Sheffield seated 720, and lost these eleven men. The Guild Secretary chose only to record ...
Sheffield Wesleyan Mission, Victoria Hall
Victoria Hall, in Norfolk Street Sheffield had a capacity of 1937. One hundred and fifty four men associated with the ...
Chop Gate, in the Stokesley Circuit and on the North Yorkshire moors lost two men. Farrier Corporal Harry Ainsley 4592 Royal ...
Hutton Rudby Wesleyan, in the Stokesley Circuit in North Yorkshire was on Levenside. The Guild Secretary submitted a list of ...
Boston Spa Wesleyan, in the Tadcaster Circuit recorded the loss of three men. Pte. George Robinson Pte. Cyril Allison Pte. D.H. Teasdale Details of ...
Bramham Wesleyan was in High Street, Bramham, and was in the Tadcaster Circuit. Details of the various memorials in the ...
Borrowby Wesleyan, in the Thirsk Circuit, recorded seven losses. The village war memorial records twelve, and further details of all ...
Outwood St. John’s Wesleyan in Leeds Road is now Parkside Methodist Church, Wakefield, and a war memorial to the eighteen ...
Thorpe Wesleyan chapel in the Wakefield Circuit recorded the following twelve casualties. They have no other Methodist memorial. George Burnham Harry Barratt Ernest ...
Cortonwood Wesleyan, in the Wath on Dearne Circuit, lost twenty one men. This is their only memorial, besides their individual ...
Elsecar Wesleyan, in the Wath on Dearne Circuit , lost five men during the Great War 2nd Cpl. A. Harley M.M. ...
West Melton Wesleyan, in the Wath on Dearne Circuit, was in Princess Street. Five men were lost in the war. Pte. ...
Leyburn, in Wensleydale, lost one man Pte. T. L. Wardman 300157 1st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
Whitby, Wesley Hall
Wesley Hall in Church Street, Whitby, lost two men during the First World War, who are recorded here as Pte. R.V. ...
The Wesleyan church in Eccleshill was in Stoney Lane. It is a listed building, and was purchased in 1965 by ...
Trinity, Oxford Road, Guiseley, was opened in 1896 seating 680. Owing to structural problems it was demolished in 1985, but ...
Briggswath and Sleights
This list was pinned to the back of the Roll of Honour for Wesley Hall, Whitby. The initial assumption was ...
Heather Methodist chapel
Pisca Lane Heather COALVILLE LE67 2QH
The Wesleyan chapel in Farsley was in Town Street. The members joined the United Methodist chapel in Back Lane on ...
Kilham, in the Bridlington Circuit, lost two men. Further details may be found here Kilham Captain J.C. Banks M.C. Pte. A.E. Fowler
Girlington, in the Bradford (Manningham) Wesleyan Circuit, seated 850 and had 25 ancillary rooms. It is no longer in use, ...
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