Lincoln High Street (Hannah Memorial)

Roll of Honour

Lincoln High Street. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 199) | Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018
Lincoln High Street. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 199)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

The twenty-nine men associated with the Hannah Memorial chapel who did not return were: 

John W. Bennett

J. Blackburn

F.W. Bradley

C. Cole

F. Crowder

R.A. Dickinson

W. Froggatt

L. Gambles

H. Gibson

Colin Halliday 1891-1917 son of the Rev. James Halliday, minister at the time.

W.H. Harrison

W. Haylock

B. Holley

John Hunt

Jim Hunt

A.E. Jessop

L. Lawson

C.H. Le Tall

G.E. Maltby

M.E. Mills

H. Riley

H.G. Tandy

George Tomlinson

H. Walker

George Wallhead

T.E. Welbourn

Joseph Wright

It is possible that the families of W. Haylock, John Hunt and George Tomlinson appear on the Wesleyan Methodist Historical Roll for the Lincoln High Street Circuit

mywesleyanmethodists.org.uk/documents/Lincoln_2_High_Street_Circuit.pdf

 The chapel was built in 1875 but closed in 1962, so any monument is no longer extant.

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