Fenton Park Methodist Chapel, Stoke-on-Trent

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War Memorials

By Peter Barber

There are two war memorials inside the Chapel. The shield shaped one relates to WW1 and relates to Fenton Park. The oblong memorial was removed from Mount Tabor Methodist Chapel Fenton (down 'the bank' from Fenton Park) when Mount Tabor closed and was installed in the Fenton Park Chapel.

Fenton Park Chapel is still in use and was a former United Methodist Church. The interior of the chapel has been remodelled and the pews removed. 

Fenton Park, Roll of Honour

1914-1918

Sargeant George Harp     
Sargeant A Daniels
Sargeant J Dean
Sargeant J T Derricott
Sargeant J Hazleton
Sargeant George W Ashman
Corporal H Booth
Corporal W Hammersley
Lance Corporal J Stanway
Sapper J Derricott
Private C H Stephens
Private F T Tabbinor
Private G Abrahams
Private J Mycock
Private Fred Jones
Private Frank Jones
Private P Woodward
Private F Patrick
Private A Patrick
Private J Inskip
Private A Cotton
Private A Bradbury
Private E Byatt
Private P Edwards

We Will Remember Them

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Mount Tabor, Roll of Honour  
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1914-1918 

William Chilton
Leonard Colclough
James Coyne
Thomas Henry Davies
Richard Hammond
Albert Leonard Harrison
Ernest George Harrison
Francis Harrison
George William Harrison
Nathaniel Walker Heath
John Charles Holmes
William Frederick Hughes
Francis Leese
John James Walker
Richard Wright

1939-1945

John Bradbury
Arthur Copestake
Cyril Corbett
Edgar Burrows
Arthur Key
Leonard Watts

We Will Remember Them

See Downloads for details of the men

 

This page was added by Peter Barber on 13/10/2014.

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