Frodsham, Trinity Wesleyan

Roll of Honour

Trinity Wesleyan, Frodsham. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 75)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

The fourteen men and one woman who were associated with this church and who died in the Great War were:

Pte. Phillip Connolly 3522 13th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers died 22 April 1918 aged 32

AB Leonard Ellams  HMS “Canada” died 23 April 1918 aged 21

Pte Frank Helsby 11031 11th Bn. Cheshire Regt. died 28 July 1916 aged 37

L/Cpl William Jeffs 14980 10th Bn. Cheshire Regt died 19 May 1916 aged 21

Gunner Alex Jones 92466 166th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery died 29 April 1918 aged 35

Oswald Jones

Pte Thomas Lardner 32592 10th Bn. Cheshire Regt died 7 February 1917

Pte Wilfred Lloyd 55367 2nd Bn. Welsh Regt. died 9 November 1917 aged 23

Ralph Miller

Pte George Nicholls 101551 Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) died 16 October 1918 aged 27

Pte Herbert Ryder 10740 13th Bn. Cheshire Regt. 7 June 1917 aged 27

Staff Nurse Effie Saxon Territorial Force Nursing Service died 2 May 1917 aged 26

Captain Alan Stevenson 13th Bn. Sherwood Foresters died 26 September 1916 aged 29. (He was the son of Rev. William Stevenson, Minister of the church from 1911 to 1915)

Pte Edward Worrall 65531 Machine Gun Corps died 26 June 1917 aged 31

Pte Peter Worrall 27871 13th Bn, Cheshire Regt. died 7 July 1916

The war memorial in front of the church has recently been restored, and was rededicated on 3rd May 2017. There is a description of the service, and photographs of the memorial at

Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission



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