Whitby, Wesley Hall

Whitby, Wesley Hall Roll of Honour. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 125)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

Wesley Hall in Church Street, Whitby, lost two men during the First World War, who are recorded here as

Pte. R.V. Tindale                            Yorkshire Regiment

Bombardier J.C. Richardson   Royal Garrison Artillery. [R.F.A. on his gravestone]

A recent article https://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/barely-visible-under-layers-of-dust-but-whitby-wartime-roll-of-honour-was-centenary-centrepiece-1-9441088 describes the rediscovery of the church’s full roll of honour, with a photograph. This reveals the full names of all fifteen men from the chapel who served. From information contained in the article these may be in the order in which they joined up.

Frederick S. Tindale              Durham Light Infantry

Albert R. Bonnick                   53rd Bn. York and Lancaster Regt.

Albert William Edwards      Royal Field Artillery

George Frankland                  Royal Field Artillery

George Gibson Lawrence  Royal Engineers

Charles Edward Tindale     4th Bn. Yorkshire Regt.

Frank Turner                             Royal Army Medical Corps

Robert Weatherill                  5th Bn. Yorkshire Regt.

Arthur Tindale                         Royal Army Medical Corps

John Arthur Lawson             Royal Field Artillery

Robert Victor Tindale         7th Bn Yorkshire Regt. [The original roll is incorrect]

George Milburn Puckrin     3rd Bn. Yorkshire Regt.

Calvert Richardson              Royal Field Artillery

Richard Scales                        Royal Garrison Artillery

W. Albert Tindale                   Durham Light Infantry

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