Otley Wesleyan Church

Roll of Honour WW1

(Held in the Church Archives)

RFA 4th West Riding Howitzer Brigade

2nd Lieut. Harry RALPH

Wheeler JW VARNEY

Driver Tom H VARNEY died of wounds 10th January 1916

Driver Harry THURLBY

Driver Charles WAINWRIGHT

Walter HARLING

Ben HOLLINGS

Driver TW HOLLINGS

Driver Jas. Wm WALKER

Bombardier Harold DARNBOROUGH

Gunner John B MILLER

Gunner George HANSON

Gunner Harold WARD

Percy THOMPSON

Charles SMITH died of wounds December 1917

Corporal WR FRYER wounded

Driver Francis S BARTLE died from injuries in motor collision on active service 3rd April 1916

Driver WA EDWARDS

Bombardier Frank RAWLING

Driver Tom RAWLING

Wheeler H Stanley YEADON

Driver George SHELTON

H HUMPHRIES

Driver Fred BOTTOMLEY died at home 8th May 1918

Bombardier WA COOPER

Driver Ben BARTLE

Gunner Walter CROISDALE

Sergeant William SHELTON

Saddler Arthur TAYLOR

Driver H FLESHER

Driver John FREEMAN

Driver Edward BROTHERTON

Gunner JW JOULE

Gunner Noel W RINGROSE

Bombardier JW JAMES

Driver Wm. L RHODES

Gunner C LOVOCK

Gunner Thomas JACKSON

Gunner WP HANCOCK

Gunner F TAYLOR

Bombardier Harry ATKINSON

Cadet James WALKER

Royal Regiment of Artillery

Sergeant James WALLACE

7th Lincolns

Private Geo. Clifford HARRISON

Coldstream Guards

Private Alfred Hy. RIDSDALE

Grenadier Guards

Private Harold LINDLEY killed in action in Flanders 13th April 1918

Private William Henry HUDSON

Private Allan FEARNLEY

Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment

Private Herbert KILNER killed by bomb from a German aeroplane 30th December 1915

Private George Frederick GLOVER wounded March 1916

Sergeant William HORNER

Private Fred MITCHELL

Private James Bill HARGREAVES killed in action 11th April 1917

Lance Corporal Wilfred LEE

Drummer Harry MAWSON

Private WA MARSHALL

Private George H MILLER

Private John SHEPPERD

Private Elsworth L RALPH

Private James M GAUNT

Private John RAYNER

Private JD DENTON

Private TA DENTON MM

Private Joseph OLIVER

Private Albert BURRILL

Private Hugh BROTHERTON

Private EW WAINWRIGHT

Private JH GOODAIR

Army Service Corps Motor Transport

Private Joseph MARSTON

Private E WARD

Private Walter MOSS

Private Jack COPPING

Private Ernest YOUNGMAN

Private William GILL

Private Donald TURNBULL

Royal Air Force

2nd Air Mechanic Harry BURLEY

Corporal Thos. James. MIDDLEBROOK

2ND Lieut. Cyril WARD

Lieut. AE TURTON

1st Air Mechanic AJ BULL

1ST Air Mechanic JFD SHREWSBURY (Naval Section) DSM

Private Sydney LEWIS

Private Alec WALLACE

3RD Air Mechanic John Everitt MYERS

3RD Air Mechanic Harry HOLT

Army Ordnance Corps

Private Wm. P GOODAIR

West Yorkshire Regiment

Company Sergeant Major G GARROD (21ST)

Lance Corporal SE WALKER (2nd HS)

Private Joseph DURRANS (5TH Reserve) KILLED 9TH October 1917

Private TH RANDS (9TH Regiment)

Private Herbert CAYGILL (10TH Regiment)

Private Harry WILKINSON

Private J Norman BARRACLOUGH killed on Armistice Day 11 November 1918

Private Arthur GRAY

Private George SWEETING

Private A BOOTHROYD

Private George DALBY

Private Maurice BEAUMONT (West Riding Regiment Training Reserve Corps)

Private Herbert RAWLING

Lance Corporal WE HOLMES (7TH Battalion) died 5th October 1918

Private Charles J WEST wounded July 1916, gassed and died 20th November 1917

2nd Lieut. Sydney HELLEWELL

King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Captain John William WARBURTON

Private Geoffrey PULLAN

Manchester Regiment

Private Charles Greaves TURTON killed at Gallipoli 4th June 1915

Private Frank BOOTHROYD (3RD Battalion)

Royal Engineers (West Riding Division)

Lieut. Reginald TURNBULL

Sapper Edgar NUNN (223RD Field Company)

Sergeant James William ATKINSON

Sapper George SKEPPER

Sapper Harold WATSON (219TH Field Company)

Sapper Bert TURNBULL

Sergeant John PATRICK (Inland Water Transport Service)

Lance Corporal J Percy YEADON (Wireless Section)

Pioneer Alan WRIGHT (Wireless Section)

Lance Corporal William BRADFORD (344TH Company)

Sapper WH TAYLOR

2ND Lieut. Fred THURLBY

Sapper Norman SUMMERSCALES (Divisional Signals)

Royal Fusiliers

Lance Corporal Eric YEADON (4TH Battalion)

Private Ernest Albert GLOVER

Major Arthur RIPLEY (Jewish Battalion)  

Durham Light Infantry

Private George T AVIS

Private William A CRADDOCK died of wounds 30th August 1917

Private Norman HALL

Staff Sergeant JW SERGEANT

Private Maurice MORRELL

Private H NUNN

Northumberland Fusiliers

Corporal FL WALKER

Sergeant Fred VICKERS

Private George LAYLAND

Sergeant Arthur WISE killed in action 3rd November 1917

Private H BRADFORD

Private WE STORR

Royal Scots Fusiliers

Sergeant W RANDS

4TH King’s Liverpool Regiment

Private Frank GARTH killed in action 21st April 1917

Green Howards Regiment (3th Yorkshire)

Sergeant Harry LAWSON killed in action 3rd January 1918

South Staffordshire Regiment

Private Alfred LUCAS killed in action 19th June 1917

Royal Garrison Artillery

Driver LJ PALLISER

Black Watch

2nd Lieut. Leonard LUCAS

Leicester Regiment

Private W LAMB

RAMC

Private Harold WALKER

Private Thomas HOPCRAFT

Private William SKEPPER

East Yorkshire Regiment

Sergeant E LYNE killed in action 10th July 1916

Private James W THOMPSON

Lance Corporal William HIGGINS killed by shellfire 23rd February 1916

Private William BROTHERTON

Private J BROTHERTON (East Riding Yeomanry)

Training Battalion

Private Ernest HOLLINGS reported missing, died from wounds 7th June 1917

Private W SMITH

Private Jesse BOTTOMLEY

Private Roland HALL died from wounds 22nd August 1918

Royal Field Artillery

Edward BRADLEY

Corporal Fred PALLISER MM

Gunner F TAYLOR

Sergeant William SHIPLEY

Gunner GH ATKINSON

Gunner W GARTH

Machine Gun Corps

Gunner Fred STORR

Private Arthur WATKINSON (The Guards)

Private E MILLER

Army Cyclists Corps

Corporal JA FIELDHOUSE killed in action 9th April 1917

Scottish Rifles

Lance Corporal Hextall RAWLING wounded July 1916

2ND & 5TH King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Corporal Wm. Hubert MOSS

Private Clifford ROBINSON

Australian Contingent

Sergeant Walter LEE killed in action 15th August 1916

Private Maurice William BRUMFITT

Private Percy MILLER

Lance Corporal Tom WHITE (retired from the Army)

Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan)

Lieutenant George WARBURTON killed in action 27th September 1918

3rd Canadian Contingent

Corporal Ernest LAWTON

3RD Temporary Canadian Division MT Supply Division

Driver Charles BURLEY

Canadian Overseas Heavy Battery (No. 127)

Gunner EM NEAL

Indian Expeditionary Force RHA

Driver H EDWARDS

Naval Sick Berth Reserve 2nd Class

Herbert T WARBURTON

Naval Department Portsmouth

Petty Officer Herbert TAYLOR (HMS Barham)

Ordinary Seaman Tom THURLBY (HMS Saumarez)

HMS Gloucestershire

Valet Fred WHITAKER

HMS Athentine

Stoker Joseph Henry BOTTOMLEY

HMS Commerce

Seaman William LEECHMAN

HMS Albemarle

Stoker George OLIVER

RNVR

Ordinary Seaman James HANNAM (Signals)

Ordinary Seaman Tom MOXON (Wireless)

Sea Scout

Richard HANNAM

Nurses

Sister Marianne ROUNDELL

Annie J DIBB

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