Leeds, Trinity Roundhay Road

Trinity, Roundhay Road, Leeds Roll of Honour page 1. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 158)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018
Trinity, Roundhay Road, Leeds Roll of Honour page 2. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 159)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

Trinity, Roundhay Road in the Harehills area of Leeds was a large church seating 886. Thirty three men are listed, but only two attributed a rank and regiment. Four have their gallantry awards recorded.

Fred Allinson M.C.

George Ball

Charles Bemrose

Tom Bramley

Arthur E. Brette

Harold Bruce

Reginald J. Burn

Arthur Fox

Alfred H. Frost D.C.M.

Charles G. Frost D.C.M.

Thomas V. Frost

Arthur T. Gilbody

Pte. Francis S. Gregory          4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Wilfrid Hefford

James W. Hirst

Frederick A. Hopps

John T. Ingham

Major Ingham

Edward G. Johnson

William Limbert

Clifford Moore

John W. Pape

William R. Parker

J. Norman Parker

Harold R. Stothard

Frederick W. Taylor

Ernest Tomlinson

Arthur J. Travis

Sergt. Sam Whitaker             15th Bn. West Yorkshire Regt.

J. Bertie Wilkinson D.C.M.

Laurance Wilson

Rowland L. Wilson

Herbert L. Wood

Private John T. Ingham   1559  5th Bn. West Yorkshire Regt. was 62 when he died on 25 June 1915. He had been a professional soldier serving in Afghanistan and South Africa between 1878 and 1900.

His son, 2nd Lieutenant Major Ingham of 1/7th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment was only 22 when he fell on 13 April 1918.

Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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