Glaisdale, in the North Yorkshire moors had two Wesleyan chapels, Glaisdale End and Glaisdale Head. The latter contains a Roll of Honour, seen Glaisdale Roll which appears to be that for the whole settlement.
The seven men from this chapel not to return were:
Driver John Bonas 112th Brigade, B Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Sapper John H. Scarth 55500 Royal Engineers
Private Frederick William Scarth 352701 Royal Scots
Private Francis R. Scarth 36298 South Staffordshire Regt.
Private William Ward 21707 3rd Bn. Coldstream Guards
Private Pennock Winspear 426816 13th Bn. Canadian infantry
Private Harry Winspear 18246 Northumberland Fusiliers
Both Winspears appear in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records as Harry, but both rolls of honour are agreed that Pennock did die. They were brothers, as were the three Scarths.
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission