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Photo shows the war memorial in the Methodist Chapel, Misterton, courtesy of the Misterton and West Stockwith history group

UKNIWM Ref - 38757

Misterton Methodist Chapel, High Street, Misterton DN10 4BU. The memorial consists of a white marble tablet mounted on a black stone pattress, incised inscription in black lettering and 19 names of fallen members of the congregation. Inscription: 'To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of (names) who made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War 1914-1919.' The original memorial, a brass plaque mounted on oak commemorating 18 members of the congregation, was replaced by the marble tablet some time after 1928. A photograph of the original plaque was included in a booklet, 'Misterton Methodism - Past and Present', Mr JJ Hastings, published 1928.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

T Brown - Tom Brown

R Cooper - Ralph Cooper

W.W. Farrar - William Watt Farrar

H Freebury - Henry Freebury

J.R. Fritchley - John Royal Fritchley

W Grantham - Walter Henry Grantham

W Hackett - William Hackett

L.G. Hastings - Louis Gordon Hastings

J.W. Humberstone - John William Humberstone

Kitty Jollands - Catherine (Kitty) Hannah Jollands

F Kitching - Fred Kitching

A Mason - Albert Mason

J.R. Roberts - Joseph Richard Roberts

A Robinson - Albert Robinson

E Robinson - Edward Robinson

E Seward - Edward Seward

F Spencer - Fred Spencer

E Tebbutt - Eric Tebbutt

E H Tebutt - Edgar Handley Tebbutt

Photos
  • Photo shows the war memorial in the Methodist Chapel, Misterton, courtesy of the Misterton and West Stockwith history group
    Misterton - methodist Chapel memorial - Photo shows the war memorial in the Methodist Chapel, Misterton, courtesy of the Misterton and West Stockwith history group
  • Photo shows Misterton Methodist Chapel , photo provided courtesy of the Misterton and West Stockwith History Group
    Misterton - Methodist Chapel - Photo shows Misterton Methodist Chapel , photo provided courtesy of the Misterton and West Stockwith History Group