Kirton in Lindsey

Roll of Honour

The four names recorded are:

Pte W.J. Eato Yorkshire Regt.

Corp. Jem Hunt 10th Bn. Worcestershire Regt.

Pte. John Hunt 10th Bn. Lincolnshire Regt.

OS D. Parr H.M.S. Queen

In the case of Kirton Lindsey it is possible to confirm that those named were Wesleyan Methodists by reference to the Wesleyan Methodist Historical Roll. W.J. Eato and the two Hunts (and their families) all contributed to the fund in 1901, as can be seen here:

mywesleyanmethodists.org.uk/documents/Brigg_Circuit.pdf

Further details of these men, except for OS Parr, may be found at http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Lincolnshire/KirtonInLindsey.html

Ordinary Seaman Richard Parr is recorded as having died aged 33 on 14 November 1914, whilst serving on H.M.S. Victory

Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

Kirton Lindsey. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 2)
Trustees for methodist Church Purposes, 2018

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