Roll of Honour
This large church (900 seats) no longer exists, and there are no known war memorials associated with it. This list is the only Methodist memorial of these 26 men. The fact that six were officers tells us something about the chapel.
2nd Lt. A. Bain 4th Bn. Lincolnshire Regt.
[Pte] S. Collings Honourable Artillery Company
2nd Lt. C. Hargreaves Royal Flying Corps
2nd Lt. W.B. Parkinson 3rd Bn. Essex Regt.
[Rifleman] H. Paxton [London Regt.] Queen’s Westminster Rifles
[Pte] P. Fletcher [9th Bn.] East Surrey Regt.
Corpl. J. Marriott [8th Bn.] Royal West Kent Regt.
2nd Lt. R. Holliday [5th Bn. London Regt.]
Lt. H. Peek 15th Bn Durham Light Infantry
[Pte] F. Workman [12th Bn. Royal] Fusiliers
[Pte] E. Fletcher 9th Bn. East Surrey Regt.
[Rifleman] P. Eagle London Rifle Brigade
A. Willmott 7th Bn. Middlesex Regt. [No record can be found of this individual]
[Rifleman] E. Dyke 11th Bn. County of London Regt.
C. Panitin Tasmanian Field Force [No record can be found of this individual]
2nd Lt. H. Swallow 6th Bn. Middlesex Regt.
[Pte] H. Morant Army Service Corps
[Pte] A Holbrow 29th Bn. Canadian Infantry
[Pte] A. Armitage Army Service Corps
[Pte] E. Wetherall Honourable Artillery Company
[Sgt.] W. Servante 9th Bn. London Regt.
[Pte] A. Bache 12th Bn. City of London Regt. (Rangers)
H. Joliffe Royal Field Artillery [No record can be found of this individual]
[Gunner] E. Nurse Royal Field Artillery
D. Cowling Honourable Artillery Company [No record can be found of this individual]
[Pte] H.J. Anderson [1/15th Bn. London Regt.]
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission