The Guild Secretary notes that the rank and number of these nine men is not known. The church was destroyed in 1948, and the men are not listed on any known monument, except their own graves. In the case of Keith R. Watson, it appears that he was the son of the minister of the church from 1914 to 1917. Note that Ernest Delvaille was regarded as a casualty despite living for 9 months after the Armistice.
Edward J. Brockwell Queen’s Westminster Rifles died 16 April 1916
Frederick J. Bunkell Royal Welch Fusiliers died 12 July 1916
Ernest Delvaille Army Service Corps died 5 August 1919
Stanley Delvaille Queen’s Royal west Surrey Regt. died 14 May 1916
Oliver J. Gray Royal Army Medical Corps died 8 May 1917, in Tanganikya
Charles Nowell Royal Engineers died 23 March 1918
A. Frank Nowell 2nd County of London Fusiliers died 14 June 1915
Keith R. Watson Public Schools Battalion Reserve died 29 September 1918
Thomas H. Watt Royal West Kents died 3 July 1916
Additional sources: Commonwealth War Graves Commission; 1911 Census; Alphabetical and chronological arrangements of the Wesleyan Methodist Ministers and Probationers, 1922.