Whickham Wesleyan Church

Whickham Wesleyan Roll of Honour. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 55)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

Roll of Honour

The Wesleyan chapel in Whickham was West End, Fellside, built in 1869 to accomodate 200. Three men are recorded as having died in the war, one of whom (Edward Hogg) is also on the Roll for Marley Hill, another chapel in the Gateshead (Bensham Street) Circuit. He lived in Whickham and is buried in the churchyard, so probably properly belongs here. With that one exception, this is the only Wesleyan memorial for these men.

Able Seaman John Oswald Detchon
AX323 Hood Bn. Royal Naval Division  Died 8 May 1915 aged 19

Pte Edward Hogg
27245 Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 7 January 1915 aged 36

Able Seaman Thomas Porteous
Z921 Hawke Bn. Royal Naval Division  Died 20 June 1915 aged 18

Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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