Crimsworth Wesleyan Methodist

Crimsworth Roll of Honour. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 193)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

Crimsworth Wesleyan Methodist chapel was on Keighley Road, Pecket Well, just north of Hebden Bridge. It seated 366. The chapel is now closed, but the war memorial has been preserved in the local cemetery, and a photo may be viewed here.

The eleven men who died in the Great War were:

Pte. Arnold Sutcliffe                           63428      King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Pte. Wade Greenwood                      [43013]    King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Pte. Arthur Edward Leary                38714       King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Pte. Ben Butler                                       235276  West Yorkshire Regt.

Pte. Thomas R. Ashworth                [12130]     Duke of Wellington’s Regt.

Gunner John Walton Greenwood [59227]    Royal Garrison Artillery

Pte. Harry Harwood                             20408     2nd Bn. Duke of Wellington’s Regt

Pte. Harold Midgley                             325117     1/8th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers

Pte. Clarence Greenwood                67572      3rd London Regt. Royal Fusiliers

Pte. Willie Moore                                                       East Lancashire Regt.

Pte. Fred Moore                                                          Border Regt.

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