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- These are two pages from the April 1915 edition of the Circuit Magazine . Covered the chapels at Skirwith, Culgaith, Temple Sowerby, Croglin, Langwathby and Salkeld Dykes. There is no evidence it ever became a formal memorial on the wall of any of the chapels,
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Allen, W G
Beeby, Joseph Henry
See details for all 41 names
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 41
Served and returned: 40
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname, full forenames, regiment/service, home village
Order of information: home village THEN service
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Listing information
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Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- KIRKOSWALD METHODIST CIRCUIT, NAMES LIST SKIRWITH ARMY Pte John Robinson, Royal Garrison Artillery Pte Fred Robinson, Royal Engineers Pte Robert Bell, 4th Border Regiment Pte Bernard Flowers, Northumberland Fusiliers Pte Walter Lawson, Durham Light Infantry NAVY Able-Seaman Frank Hardy, HMS Dailla CULGAITH Lieut F. Wilkinson, Northumberland Fusiliers TEMPLE SOWERBY Lance-Corpl John F. Slack, 17th Batt. Manchester Regiment Pte M. Kinleysides, 8th Batt. K.O. Royal Lancaster Regiment Pte A. Bewsher, Highland Regiment CROGLIN Pte. Edward L. Proud, Army Service Corps Pte Jonathan Sewell, 12th Border Regiment LANGWATHBY Pte W.G. Allen, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Pte G. Little, Lonsdale Battalion Pte R. Thompson, Lonsdale Battalion Pte J. Cowan Storey, Lonsdale Battalion Pte Anthony Brownrigg, Lonsdale Battalion Pte J. Armstrong (killed in action), Border Regt SALKELD DYKES Pte Foster Atkinson, Royal Artillery Pte John Atkinson, W & C Yeomanry Pte Thomas Beeby, Shropshire Yeomanry Pte Watson Beeby, 4th East Lancashire Artillery Pte Joseph Henry Beeby, 4th East Lancashire Artillery Pte John Clark, 4th Batt Border Regt Pte Edward Irving Fisher W & C Yeomanry Pte Thos. Ralph Fisher 4th Batt Border Regt Vet. Sergt. Fred Hetherington, Army Service Corps Pte. Simpson Hodgson, 1st West Lancashire Artillery Pte Henry Holder, 11th Batt Border Regt Lance-Corpl Henry Richard Kenyon, 4th Batt Border Regt David Lamb, H.M.S. Glory Pte Stanley Little, 9th Batt Border Regt Pte Edward Mallinson, Australian Contingent John W. Mallinson, H.M.S. Gadfly Pte Richard S. Mallinson, 4th Batt Border Regt Pte Fred T. Robson, W & C Yeomanry Sergt-Major Robert Taylor, Royal Scots Fusiliers Lance-Corpl Frederick Taylor, W & C Yeomanry Pte Robert Workman, 4th Batt Border Regt Pte Walter Young, 5th Batt Border Regt Pte William James Robinson, 34th Recruiting Area
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