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Bolton, Bridge Street
Bridge Street, Bolton is now closed, and no memorial has been recorded. Further details of many of these seventeen men ...
Haslingden, Manchester Road
Manchester Road, Haslingden was the main church in the Wesleyan Circuit. The thirteen men listed below are commemorated on a ...
Market Place Wesleyan chapel, Ramsbottom commemorated the five men who died with a stained glass window, as seen here Ramsbottom ...
Leigh, King Street Wesleyan
King Street Wesleyan Church, Leigh (in Lancashire) was the main church in the Leigh Circuit. Built in 1870 it has ...
Wimbledon, Worple Road
This church is now known as Raynes Park Methodist, Worple Road , and contains a plaque which names all but ...
Woolwich, William Street Wesleyan
This chapel is now a Sikh Gurdwara, so there is no other Methodist memorial to the following six men. The ...
Blackburn, Trinity Wesleyan
Trinity Wesleyan Blackburn is no longer standing, but it once had a war memorial, listing both nineteen men who died ...
Blackburn, Clayton Street
This chapel had a war memorial, now lost but described here – Clayton Street The eight men who died were: Westwell Shuttleworth 78th ...
Altrincham, Bank Street
As can be seen from the letter, this list was not submitted until well after the Memorial Chapel had been ...
Hooley Hill Wesleyan Chapel
Hooley Hill Wesleyan chapel, Guide Lane, Audenshaw was founded in 1807 and closed in 2004. Although the letter refers to ...
Ardwick, Chancery Lane
The Chancery Lane Wesleyan School Mission, in Ardwick, Manchester was open from 1817 to 1967. No memorial has been recorded. ...
Blackpool, Raikes Parade Wesleyan
The war memorial, and a contemporary roll of honour are still displayed at Raikes Parade in Blackpool. The former can ...
Birtenshaw lost twenty-two men. The church has now been demolished, but the stained glass window which commemorates these men, as ...
Clayton-le-Moors, Barnes Square
Barnes Square, Clayton-le-Moors is now closed, but before it did the roll of honour and memorial plaque in the porch ...
Chorley, Trinity Wesleyan
Trinity Wesleyan church, Gillibrand Walks, Chorley has been rebuilt or refurbished twice since the 1920s. A war memorial has been ...
Upper Tooting, London SW 17
There are twenty-five names on this Roll of Honour. The church was destroyed during the Second World War, and none ...
Cleveland Wesleyan Church, Swarthmore Terrace, Thornaby on Tees
Cleveland was the second largest chapel in the Stockton (Brunswick) Circuit, seating 800 people. Thirty-one men associated with chapel were ...
Thornaby on Tees, Stafford Place Wesleyan Church
Stafford Place was also in the Stockton (Brunswick) Circuit, and had a seating capacity of 300. Thirteen men died in ...
West Hartlepool, Westbourne Wesleyan
Roll of Honour Twenty five men from this church died during the Great War. They are also listed on a plaque ...
Shildon, Soho Street
Roll of Honour There are nine names on this roll. The men were commemorated on a brass plaque inside the chapel, a ...
Shildon, Redworth Road Wesleyan
Roll of Honour Pte. Arthur Hardy 40978 10th Bn, Lincolnshire Regt. died 28 April 1917 aged 19 Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves ...
Roll of Honour Eight men from this mining settlement on the Durham coalfield died in the war. They were also commemorated ...
Roll of Honour The Guild Secretary copied the nineteen names from the Roll of Honour displayed in the church, an image ...
Roll of Honour The six names are: Gunner Ernest T. Walker 2626 20th Battery, 7th London Brigade, Royal Field Artillery Sapper John H. Tweddle 233704 ...
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