Farsley War Memorial

The Wesleyan chapel in Farsley was in Town Street. The members joined the United Methodist chapel in Back Lane on Methodist Union.

When it closed in 1950 this memorial was then restored and put in Farsley Community Church where it is mounted on the wall inside the church.

Driver John Whitaker      75393                      Royal Field Artillery

Pte. Raymond Wood       20163                       King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Sergt. Lewis Bailes          1573                          West Yorkshire Regt.

Pte. Milford Binns             26794                      West Yorkshire Regt.

Pte. Fred Earle                    12866                       West Yorkshire Regt.

Pte. Joseph Jagger           35946                       King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Sergt. William Olver         22852                       Duke of Wellington’s Regt.

Pte. Lawrence Procter   75389                       Royal Army Medical Corps

see Wesleyan Roll of Honour


There is another memorial dedicated to the young members of the Church and Sunday School who gave their lives during World War 1. This was from Farsley United Methodist Church restored and moved to another spot in the garden when we became Farsley Community Church.

 

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