Roll of Honour, Methodist Free Church, Wooldale

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Inscriptions

The wooden plaques in the church list those who served as well as those who gave their lives in both wars.

First World War

1914 – 19
For King and Country
Roll of Honour
Joseph Barden
Joseph Boetto
Albert Boyes
Arthur Bailey
Percy Bottomley
Harold Coldwell
Percy Fearns
Harold Goddard
John Henry Hebblethwaite
Henry Hudson
John Henry Hoyle
Gilbert Hoyle
Arthur Hudson
Wilfred Holmes
Harold Hoyle
Ernest Hebblethwaite
Sydney Johnson
Maurice Littlewood
Norman Marsh
Albert Edward Marshall
Ronald Millington
John Noble
Ernest Noble
Henry Roebuck
Harold Sanderson
Ernest Tinker
Tom Turner
Arnold Tinker

Erected by the Members of this place
of Worship in gratitude and love to the
memory of their young men who died for
Freedom and Truth in the War.
1914 – 1919

Pte. J. E. Hebblethwaite 2/6th Nth. Staffs. R.
Pte. J. W. Johnson 1/4 Duke of Well. W.R.R.
Pte. E. Sanderson 15th Durham Light Inf.

Second World War

1939 - 1945
Roll of Honour
Douglas Beaumont
Walter Beaumont
Philip Bottomley
Winnie Broadhead
Alice Booth
Jack Booth
Stanley Brook
Arthur Chambers
Frank Chambers
Lawrence Chambers
Leslie Chambers
Norman Chambers
Stanley Chambers
Wilfred Chambers
Herbert Crosland
Ronald Ellis
Alec Fitton
Geoffrey Gibson
Joan Gibson
Edward Graham
Gilbert Hebblethwaite
Kathleen Holdsworth
Margaret Holmes
Roy Howard
Arnold Hoyle
Jack Hoyle
Norman Hoyle
John Hudson
Donald Hudson
Ralph Hudson
Frank Lindley
Sam Lindley
James Marshall
Eric Ramsden
Herbert Ramsden
Joan Ramsden
Eric Riley
David Robinson
John Robinson
Ronald Roebuck
Eric Sanderson
Ernest Sanderson
Ronald Sanderson
Eric Senior
Margaret Taylor
Edward Tinker
Kathleen Tinker
Wilfred Tinker
Brian Stott
Doreen Stott
Harold Stott
Sydney Turton
Erected by the members of this place
of Worship in gratitude and love to the
memory of their young men who died for
Freedom and Truth in the War.
1939 – 1945

Pte. F. Hoyle 6th Airborne Division
Fus. E. Royal Fusiliers

Location

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

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