Roll of Honour, Crosland Moor Wesleyan Methodist Church

The following memorial to those who died in both World Wars was situated in Crosland Moor Wesleyan Methodist Church.

When the church closed, the memorial was relocated to St. Barnabas, Crosland Moor.


Crosland Moor Wesleyan Church and School

1914 – 1919

In Loving Memory of

They Made the Supreme Sacrifice

1939 – 1945

Thomas Henry Dryden[1]
Norman Hilton[2]
Cyril Lloyd[3]

The following list is reportedly those from the church and Sunday School who served in the First World War, and was relocated to Thurlstone & Millhouse Green Methodist Church at Penistone.[4]

Bell Armitage
Edgar Barker
Herbert Barker
Ernest Battye
Luther Battye
James Baxter
Regd. Beaumont
Joe Boothroyd
Alfred Bower
Fred Bradley
Harry Brook
Horace Brook
Jim Brook
Wilfred Brooke
Joe Bullock
Tom Clay
Willie Clay
Bert Crabtree
Stanley Crowther
Dennis Drake
Allan L. Dyson
Lewis Earnshaw
Wilfred Earnshaw
William Ellam
John Ellis
Tom Ellis
Cyril France
David Gledhill
Norman Gledhill
Willie Gronbach
Frank Hamer
Redvers B. Hirst
Henry Hoyle
N. B. Hutchinson
Harold Inman
Harold Kinder
Herbert Law
Frank Lees
Harry H. Livesey
Albert Lord
Albert Lunn
Fred Lunn
Brook Marsden
Lewis Mettrick
Allen P. Moorhouse
Leonard Normanton
Harry Oldham
Harry Pearson
Sam Ramsden
Ernest Shaw
Herman Shaw
Percy Shaw
Allan Smith
Bernard Steel
Wright Stott
Herbert Sutcliffe
Wright Sykes
Albert Taylor
Frank Taylor
Harold Taylor
Lawrence Taylor
Thornsby Thewlis
Charlie Thompson
Harry Thompson
Herbert Tunnicliffe
Harry Tyas
John Varley
Arthur Wightman
Herbert Wightman
Harry Wilde
Jack Wilkinson
Joe Wilson
Charlie Wood
Edward Wood
Harry Wood
John W. Wood
Leonard wood
John Wright
Harry Wrigley
Lewis Wrigley


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


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