Stafford Place was also in the Stockton (Brunswick) Circuit, and had a seating capacity of 300. Thirteen men died in the First World War. The only known memorial in the church was a lamp dedicated as a thanks offering for the safe return of another member.
Further details of some of these men may be found here http://www.1245sunflowers.org/
Rifleman F. Harper 13th Bn. Rifle Brigade
Pte. N. Featherstone 5th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
W. Bainbridge [no further details may be found]
W. J. Allen [no further details may be found]
Pte. A. Kelsoe Machine Gun Corps
Pte. T. Kelsoe 15th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
L/Cpl. W. Twist [10th Bn.] Yorkshire Regt.
Sgr. F. Fountain [10th Bn.] Kings Royal Rifle Corps
Pte. W. Mudd 20th Bn. Nottingham and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters)
Pte. J.W. Gill 5th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
Pte. R. Heron [14th Bn.] Northumberland Fusiliers
Pte. J. Audas 5th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
Pte. F. J. Atkinson 13th Bn. Northumberland Fusliers
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission