This list was pinned to the back of the Roll of Honour for Wesley Hall, Whitby. The initial assumption was that the two pieces of paper were related, but this was proved to be incorrect by the discovery in November 2018 of the full Roll of Honour from Wesley Hall. The Imperial War Museum have a record of the war memorial in Brunswick Methodist Church for the Whitby Circuit https://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/31049, which includes these ten names (and the two from Wesley Hall). Evidence from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and Lives of the First World War suggests that this list is from Briggswath and Sleights Wesleyan Chapel. If anyone has further information it will be gratefully received. Note that this church listed a nurse who served in Sleights for the entire conflict, but died of pneumonia.
Those who died were:
Nurse Margery Anderson Voluntary Aid Detachment
Corpl. Godfrey E. Anderson Seaforth Highlanders
Private. Ernest Bell Middlesex Regt.
Private Norman Coughton Binns South Wales Borders
Corpl. John William Flintoft Durham Light Infantry
Gunner Edward Eden Hall Royal Garrison Artillery
Private William L. Jefferson York and Lancaster Regt.
Private Edwin Johnson 2nd Bn. Yorkshire Regt.
Private Harry Thomas Australian Imperial Forces
Captain Harry Thompson Master of S.S. “Northumbria”
Norman Binns was the son of the Rev. James Taylor Binns who was born in Whitby, superannuated there in 1915, and who was buried in Sleights.