Lane Chapel Upperthong WW1 (Served)

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Reference WMO/152019


St John's Church

Upperthong Lane




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Situated - this Chapel closed for worship in the late 90s and the two memorials were transferred to St John’s Parish Church some 200 yards higher up Upperthong Lane where they both are there now. Lane Chapel is now private residential property Description – The large Memorial plaque is a gothic style wooden panel, painted and carved and the second one is also wooden but of a smaller nature detailing the names of the members of the Chapel who gave their lives in World War 1. The period commemorated is 1914 – 1919
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The inscription reads:- 1914 Roll of Honour 1919 In Memoriam “They died that we may live” Second memorial plaque Inscription reads:- To the Glory of God and in loving memory of the following men who fell in the European War 1914 – 1919 They died that we might live

Thomas Battye Harry Aspinall Arthur Hobson A.S.C. 1st East Lancs 2nd Kings Royal Rifles 5th D of Wellingtons Regt. Thomas H. Brook Freddie Aspinall Wilfred Howard Lab. Batt. Cheshire Rgt. 17th Notts. and Derbys 1/5th D. of Wellingtons Rgt. Luthor Brook. William B. Coldwell George Johnson 2/5th D of Wellingtons Reg. 15th West Yorks 12th Batt. Lincoln Reg. Harry Burton John Hollingworth Thomas Littlewood 3rd City of London Yeomy. 2/5th D of Wellingtons Reg. 169th Brigade R.F.A. Frank Beardsell Norman Hinchliffe Wm. J. McLintock MC C de G 1st Grenadier Guards 1/6th Liverpool Rifles West Yorks. Percy Battye Herbert H. Kaye James F. Marsden 10th West Yorks. .Royal Garrison Artillery. 59th M.G.C. F. A. Coldwell. Thomas F. Marsden Herbert Mettrick ASC 245th M.T. .6th Manchesters RFA 29th Res. Batt. Reginald Coldwell Harold Matthews Walter Stacey Royal Navy 10th D of Wellingtons Reg 14th Northd. Fusiliers. Jonas Coldwell Joe Woodhead Herbert Taylor R.N.V.R. 11th Lincolns 2nd Training Batt. Royal Navy Ernest Cartwright Norman Woodhead Fred Taylor 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles D of Wellingtons Reg M.T. ASC Herbert Cartwright Reginald George Bennett Wilfred Turner 18th Canadian Regt. Kings Own Royal Lancasters West Yorks. Moorhouse Cartwright John W. Watthews MD. MC and Bar 2/5th D of Wellingtons Regt. RAMC att. 15th DLI Allen Clough Oswald A. Watthews D. of Wellingtons Regt. 5th Gordon Highlanders Herbert Fox Joshua Woodhead Artists Rifles Kings Royal Rifles George Hinchliffe Harold Woodhead RFA Holme Valley Battery Holme Valley Batt. RFA Harry Hinchliffe 1st East Yorks. Second memorial plaque Harry Aspinall Freddy Aspinall Reginald G. Bennett William b. Coldwell John Hollingworth Norman Hinchliffe Herbert H. Kaye Thomas F. Marsden Harold Watthews Joe Woodhead Norman Woodhead

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