Top: Central section of a war memorial honouring the fallen of the 1914-1918
It has a scroll above the names of the men which reads:
members of this congregation and Sunday School served in the Great War
1914-1919" (the Armistice was declared on November 11th 1918).
The names are as
B Anderson, H Baggs, W Bailey, E Baldwin, H Broadbent, A Brown, G T
Brown, J P Brown, F Clapham, W Clayton, P Colley, C Coultas, R Craven, W Denison, B Downs, C Exley, W Fieldhouse, O
Firth, W Fletcher, A Fulton, C Gill, G Haigh,
G C Hancock, R Hancock, W P Hancock, S Hardaker, C E Harrison, S Hatton, L
Haxby, E R Hobson, E Hogg, R Hogg, W Howard, J Hudson, H Hull, E Kitchen, R Kitchen, J Lamont, A Mallinson,
E Mason, W Mason, W Neilson, H Norfolk, A D Peate, F, Rawling R Rhodes,W Rhodes, F Roo, S Roo, C Shires, E Sladen, L Slater, I Smith,
E Steel, A Varley, F Vine, J Vine, J Walker, S Ward, T Wardle,
W Wardle, A Watkinson, J White, A Wigginton, J Wild, A Worcestor,
The central panel is titled:
"These Have Made The Supreme Sacrifice" and
lists the fallen men:
C Bailey, L Bould, I H Brown, J Clapham, A Exley, J C Hancock,
C Hill, J W Hill, C R Hobson, I Kitchen, E Rawling, G Rawling G Smith, M Towers, W Towers, H Vaughan, W Vaughan, H
Middle: This is the left section of the war memorial.
Bottom: This is the right section of the war memorial.