St Paul's Methodist Church, Irlam

WW1 Memorial and Roll of Honour

By David Hamflett

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OUR  ROLL 
OF HONOUR
IN THE GREAT WAR  

               IRLAM 
Wesleyan Methodist Church
and Sunday School  
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The names listed below appear on the Roll Of Honour.
The three names at the end of the roll  

Stanley Collins

Albert Holt

Spencer Royle

are believed to be those killed.  

Andrews Harry

Hickson Harold

Rigby Thomas

Andrews J George

Hickson Josiah

Rigby Thomas Jnr

Ashton James W

Holt Fred

Robinson Sydney U

Atkinson Arthur

Houghton Frederick

Rogers Harry

Atkinson William

Houghton William

Royle Amos

Baxter George

Hughes E William

Royle Andrew

Bickerton Enock

Hughes John H

Royle Ernest

Bowker Joseph

Hunt Albert

Royle James

Briggs George

Iddon Philip

Royle James

Briggs William

Illingworth Thomas A

Royle James H

Bury John R

Johnson Frederick

Royle John

Charles Wilfred

Johnson Henry

Royle Stanley

Clarke Arthur

Johnson Jeffrey J

Royle Sydney

Cooke Reginald C

Longbottom Jas H

Russell William M

Daniels Noah

Lovell Ernest

Scott John

Delves W E

Massey William

Shepherd William

Dixon George

M?Callum George

Skeels George

Dixon John

Mountfield William

Skeels Thomas

Dixon Joseph

Needham Alfred

Southern James

Dubbledam Peter C

Ogden Arthur

Sudlow Frank

Fardon Harry

Ogden Ben

Tinsley Thomas

Gibbon George Wm

Ogden George

Tinsley William

Green William

Ogden Joseph

Unsworth Frederick

Halliwell Frederick

Ogden William

Vanveen Marious

Harris William

Oldham Herbert

Wilde John

Harrison Frank

Penkethman Arthur

Woodcock A James

Hayes Arthur

Penkethman Harry

Yates A E

Hesford Peter H

Pinder William E

Yates Oliver

Hesford Reuben

Rigby Arthur

Yates W G T

Hickson Frederick D

Rigby Ernest

 

 

 

This page was added by Ann Fox on 27/12/2013.
Comments about this page

The three men listed at the end of the roll of honour all survived the war. They were added after the original list had been compiled. They are only separated out because they are in not in alphabetical order like the original entries. At the bottom of the memorial there is a symbol similar to an asterix and the words "denotes members who made the supreme sacrifice". Twenty of the men on the St Pauls Roll of Honour were casualties of the war. The story of all these men are told, along with photographs of many of them, in the book "A District at War (Irlam and Cadishead's Part in the Great War 1914-1918)". I hope this helps. Please contact me if you would like more detail.

By Pete Thomas
On 25/04/2014

Thank you to Pete for providing the above clarification and this list of the fallen included in the Roll of Honour;

 Andrews J George                          

Atkinson Arthur 

Baxter George                  

Bowker Joseph  

Briggs William   

Clarke Arthur

Cooke Reginald C

Hickson Frederick D

Houghton William

Hunt Albert

Iddon Philip

Ogden Arthur     

Oldham Herbert

Penkethman Harry          

Pinder William E

Royle James H

Scott John

Shepherd William

Sudlow Frank

Wilde John

 

By Pamela Atkins
On 28/04/2014

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