Roll of Honour, Crosland Hill Methodist Chapel

The following Roll of Honour is situated in Crosland Hill Methodist Church.

The large wall-mounted wooden memorial comprises three panels:

  • the central panel lists those who died in both wars
  • the left and right panels list those who served in the First World War

Inscriptions

Left-Hand Panel
1914
Bdr. W. B. Armitage R.F.A.
Pte. H. Beaumont R.F.A.
Smn. S. Beaumont R.N.
Smn. A. Beaumont R.N.
Pte. L. Beaumont R.A.S.C.
Spr. G. Brammald R.E.
Pte. J. H. Baxter R.A.M.C.
Pte. E. Bates N.F.
Pte. F. Bates Beds.
Spr. F. Bower R.E.
Spr. H. Brown R.E.
Spr. J. E. Bates R.E.
Pte. H. Beaumont R.A.S.C.
Spr. G. Calam MS. R.E.
Pte. H. Dransfield D.o.W.
Pte. A. Dransfield T.R.B.
Pte. E. S. Donkersley Leics.
Pte. S. England R.G.A.
Pte. J. A. Fox R.A.S.C.
Sgt. W. Garside D.o.W.
Pte. J Hepworth D.o.W.
Pte. W Hepworth K.R.R.
Pte. W. Hirst R.A.S.C.
Pte. H. Hirst R.A.S.C
Central Panel
ROLL OF HONOUR

IN MEMORIAM

"Greater love hath no man than
this, that a man lay down
his life for his friends."
Pte. E. Dransfield D.o.W.
Pte. N. Dransfield D.o.W.
L/Cpl. H. Haigh Mancs.
Pte. Jph. Heywood D.o.W.
Pte. Jn. Heywood D.o.W.
Smn. T. Quarmby R.N.
Pte. S. Sharp H.L.I
Pte. P. Taylor M.T.S.

1939—1945
Sgt. A. Hatch D.o.W.[1]
Pte. J. Mellor K.O.S.B.[2]

Right-Hand Panel
1919
Pte. W. Heywood R.A.V.C.
Pte. W. Horton M.M. R.F.A.
Pte. A. Horton Lincs.
Pte. N. R. Hatch R.A.F.
Spr. W. Hague R.E.
Pte. J. Holt R.A.S.C.
Pte. N. Hirst R.B.
Pte. H. Hill D.L.I.
Pte. W Kaye R.A.S.C.
Pte. W. Mellor Tyne.S.
L/Cpl. F. Mellor D.o.W.
L/Cpl. J. Mellor R.E
Pte. B. Mellor R.B.
Pte. S. Nelson M.M. D.o.W.
Sgt. F. Quarmby R.A.F.
Pte. H. Smith D.o.W.
Pte. J. Sugden M.M. R.A.F
Pte. L. Smith Mancs.
Bdr. W. H. Tailford R.F.A.
Pte. W. A. Thewlis R.M.
Pte. F. B. Taylor M.T.S.
Cdt. J. Veevers R.F.A.
Pte. F. Whiteley Yorks.
Pte. F. Worsley N.F.

Locations

The following map shows locations linked to those named on the memorial:

Links

Notes and References