Egremont Methodist Church

War Memorials

Wesleyan memorial (click to enlarge)
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Castle United Methodist Church (click to enlarge)
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Egremont Wesleyan Church memorial 

In honour of those who went forth from this Church to serve their King and Country during the Great War, 1914-1918


Bigrigg J, Cartner E E, Fawcett J S, Mandale J J, Moffatt S, Muncaster J R, Sewell J, Sewell W, Simpson J


Adams J, Bartlett M, Blackwood J, Booth J S, Brereton O, Callow T, Clements A, Clements R W, Cook M, Cook W, Downes E, Flindall R, Gilbertson J R, Gillespie W, Graham W, Griffiths G, Harker R, Herdman A, Hetherington W M, Hetherington J, Hodgson T W, Hunter W, Hunter F, Jenkinson R F, Johnston F, Kelly J J, Mandale D M, Mandell W, Mandell T, Marshall T W, McGuffie T, Muncaster A, Newby S, Park J, Pickering T, Quayle J, Richardson L, Richardson T, Rosewarne W, Rule W F, Sewell J, Sharpe J W, Singleton J D, Stout C, Stout R, Tidyman T, Tomlinson M, Watson J J, Watters E J, Wear W, Wear F, Wilson B C, Wilson J, Wilson W, Wilson W E, Wilson W C, Wilson D

Castle United Methodist Church Egremont memorial 

(located in Egremont Methodist Church, formerly Egremont Wesleyan Church)

In commemoration of those who served and fell in the 1914-18 war


Joseph E Long, Killed in France 17 May 1917
Thomas Wilson, Died in Salonica 7 Sept 1916


James Atkinson, William R Birbeck, David M W Cowan, Joseph Downes, John Graham, Robert Graham, Norman Gordon, Stanley Kitchin, Francis J Kirby, John Lewthwaite, Arthur Mossop, Isaac Mossop, James Nicholson, John Nixon, Thomas Routledge, Jonathan Richardson, Gordon Richardson, Frederick Richardson

Sacred to the memory of the following who died in the 1939-45 war
Eric Spiers, Killed over Germany 16 December 1943
Joseph Wilkinson, Killed Burma 15 March 1944

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