Currock Wesleyan Methodist Church
The list sent from Currock Wesleyan Methodist Church, in Carlisle, contains 34 names. Seven men died, and a further twenty-seven returned.
The dead were:
Private Arthur Swinglehurst, 1st Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Died 3 Oct 1918 aged 22 (not West Cumberland Yeomanry as typed here)
Private David Raphael, 1/8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Died 23 May 1915 aged 24
Private William Browning Wilson, R.A.M.C. Died on board HM Hospital Ship Galeka, mined at Le Havre 28 Oct 1916
A/B John William Marsden, Howe Bn. R.N. Division Died 13 Nov 1916
Albert Bell, no record of this man can be found serving with the Cameron Highlanders or the Cameronians. His name does appear on the Upperby War Memorial in Carlisle.
Sergeant William Waddington, 11th Bn. Border Regt. Died 1 July 1916, aged 25. He was awarded the Military Medal
Fred Goodyer, no information can be found.
The chapel does not appear to have had a war memorial.
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission.