Trinity Wesleyan Blackburn is no longer standing, but it once had a war memorial, listing both nineteen men who died and one hundred and seven who served and returned. A full description may be found here at http://cottontown.org/Wars/War%20Memorials-All%20Wars/Pages/Blackburn/NCM.aspx#21
A news report from 2015 stated that a paper roll of honour, this time listing forty names, had been discovered. This site gives the details https://www.warmemorialsonline.org.uk/memorial/256882/
The interest is that as well as all the men, at least one woman from the church (Ann Ellen Beaver, a nurse) has her service recognised.
The nineteen casualties were:
Cpl. Edward H. Ainsworth 14067 King’s Own Scottish Borderers
Sergeant George Bannister 12828 5th Bn. 1st Canadian Division
2nd Lt. Eric W. Beauchamp 4th Bn. Hampshire Regt.
Pte. Fred Bond 5505 1st Bn. Royal West Kent Regt.
2nd Lt. Harry Bracewell Sherwood Foresters
Pte. Robert Brown 11607 6th Bn. East Lancashire Regt.
Capt. William Carter 5th Bn. King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regt
Pte. John Clarke 10262 2nd Bn. Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Rifleman Herbert Ellison 227064 1st Bn. Monmouthshire Regt.
Pte. James Ellison 35937 7th Bn. Border Regt.
Cpl. Clifford Greenwood 61236 Royal Garrison Artillery
Pte. Norman Holdsworth 37722 1/5th Bn. East Lancashire Regt.
2nd Lt. Harry Metcalfe Sherwood Foresters
John B. Moore
Pte. William Sharples 1997 3rd West Lancashire Field Ambulance
Sergeant Frank Sutton S/11701 11th Bn. Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)