The person who contributed this roll of honour lists only one man.
Pte. Edwin Clapham 63896 18th Lancashire Fusiliers
The chapel in High Bentham, in the Pennines, is still in use and contains a memorial to the ten men associated with the chapel who died in the war, as this image shows. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/warmemorials/wesleyan-methodist-church-high-bentham-t5102.html
Some further details of nine of them may be found here. The reason why there are none for H. Smith is not hard to imagine. There seems no obvious reason why these names were not sent to Catterick.
Pte. Arthur James Harrison G/41225 2nd Bn. Middlesex Regiment
Pte. Joseph Jackson 14402 7th Bn. King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
L/Cpl John Edward Leeming 20044 10th Canadian Infantry
Rifleman Ernest Knight Newhouse M.M. C/7720 1st Bn. King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Cpl. Thomas Walker Sanderson M.M. R/7025 7th Bn. King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Pte. Richard Wearing S/43996 4th Bn. Gordon Highlanders
Pte.Percy Preston Whitfield 44614 3rd Bn. Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Pte. Thomas Wilcock 52577 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission