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  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  Duke of Wellington’s Regt.
Gunner John Walton Greenwood  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.