Roll of Honour
Ebenezer Wesleyan chapel in Plymouth was built in 1817, and was renovated to become Plymouth Methodist Central Hall in 1939.
Two men from the chapel died together on HMS Monmouth when it sank with all hands at the Battle of Coronel (1st November 1914). Four men were officers, a high proportion for a Wesleyan chapel. Whilst most of the fallen were young, one would have been too old to be conscripted. One survived the war only to die 9 days after.
Sub-Lieut. C. R. Barker Royal Naval Division died 24 December 1917 aged 24
R. Bazeley Devons No further information can be found.
Pte. S. Butchers 29027 2/4th Bn. Hampshire Regt. died 12 September 1918
W. Foster RN No further information can be found.
2nd Mate B.J.S. Graham RNR died 19 September 1917 aged 28
Pte. R. Gilbert 240281 1/5th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 24 November 1917 aged 20
L/Cpl. S. H. Ince 3067 1/6th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 8 March 1916
Stoker W. Judd R/22240 HMS “Monmouth” died 1 November 1914 aged 18
Lieut. F.E. Liardet Royal Flying Corps died 13 December 1917 aged 29
Pte. C. Moore PLY/3802 Royal Marine Light Infantry died 1 April 1916 aged 49
Gunner F.H. Moore 239988 Royal Field Artillery died 20 November 1918 aged 31
L/Cpl/ W. Moxworthy 4778 1/6th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 24 July 1916
Lieut. F.S. Murray 3rd Bn. North Staffordshire Regt. died 19 November 1917 aged 27
F. Richards RN No further information can be found.
Signalman W. Rowden Bristol Z/938 HMS “Anchura” died 16 February 1918 aged 20
Lieut H.J. Skarden 3rd Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 31 October 1918
Stoker E. Tolcher K/19718 HMS “Monmouth” died 1 November 1914 aged 19
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission