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this memorial was originally sited in the Lenton Wesleyan Methodist Church on Church Street Lenton. The church closed in the 1960's and was demolished as part of the redevelopment of the Willoughby Street area. It can now be found in the Lenton Methodist Church, Derby Road, Lenton 
photo courtesy of Peter Gillings

Brass memorial plaque with the names of the 24 men who were from the Lenton Wesleyan Church, Church Street, Lenton now sited in the Lenton Methodist Church, Derby Road, Lenton

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

A.J. Allgood - Archibald John Allgood

W.S. Bacon - William Stevenitt Bacon

A.C. Bailey - Arthur Charles Bailey

C.N. Brown - Charles Norman Brown

H. Brown - Harry Brown

A. Clements - Alfred Clements

W.H. Eley - William Harold Eley

W. Haw - William Haw

R.F. Keetley - Robert Frederick Keetley

S.J. Keetley - Stanley James Keetley

A. Mowbray - Albert Mowbray

A.E. Mowbray - Albert Ernest Mowbray

A. Perry - Arthur Perry

E. Richardson - Edwin Richardson

B.J. Sheppard - Bernard John Sheppard

A Shingler - Albert Shingler

F. Shrewsbury - Frederick Shrewsbury

A. Simpson - A. Simpson

L.G. Steer - Leonard George Steer

W. Stevenson - Walter Stevenson

A. Vickers - Alfred Vickers

W.H. Vickers - William Horace Vickers

E. Wrench - Edward Wrench

H. Wright - Harold Wright

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  • this memorial was originally sited in the Lenton Wesleyan Methodist Church on Church Street Lenton. The church closed in the 1960's and was demolished as part of the redevelopment of the Willoughby Street area. It can now be found in the Lenton Methodist Church, Derby Road, Lenton 
photo courtesy of Peter Gillings
    Lenton Methodist War memorial - this memorial was originally sited in the Lenton Wesleyan Methodist Church on Church Street Lenton. The church closed in the 1960's and was demolished as part of the redevelopment of the Willoughby Street area. It can now be found in the Lenton Methodist Church, Derby Road, Lenton photo courtesy of Peter Gillings