Victoria Park Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Great War memorial board

This WW1 memorial is made from Oak with Gold lettering. It has a simple trefoil top and three wall brackets which have white emulsion paint on them. It is in the care of Cliffe Castle Museum. The men named on the board are detailed at the bottom of this page.
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In

Honoured Memory

European War 1914-18

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Tom Critchison - Mother - Elizabeth Critcheson of 30, Tyne Street, Keighley. Later 30, Quarry Street. Area - Parkwood Bottom Worked as a Turner for Grice(Grace?) Smith and Son.
Declaration of next of kin signed by Minister G H Binns MA Curate C of E 30, Ashleigh Street, Keighley (near Utley roundabout)
Ellis Taylor of 6, Queen(?) Street, Keighley. Mother - F Taylor 23, Green Street, Keighley. Brother at Fern Street. Brother at Thrush Street
Clifford Wild Son of Alfred and Mary Wild, of 77, Emily St. Area - Eastwood.
George Lord - Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lord, of 96, Emily St., Keighley. Area - Eastwood.
Willie Waugh - Found some records but no home address
Arthur Rhodes - Husband of Susannah Rhodes, of 16, Aireworth Rd, Keighley. Area - Stockbridge.
Herbert Denison - Sunny Bank, Area - Riddlesden.
Jack Coles - Robert John. Son of William and Elizabeth Coles, Station Master at Keighley Railway Station and by 1911 at Skipton.Born in 1891 at Bootle Lancs. On CWGC probably Service number 236065 Corporal WY Reg. ( POW) 9th Bn.
Willie Coles - William, born 1889 Bootle . Brother of Jack.

Eternal Glory

To Those That Sleep.


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