General Information
Wooldale Free Church War Memorial
A number of Hebblethwaites are mentioned on the memorials at the Wooldale Free Church, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. Also known locally as Lane Bottom Chapel, the church is situated off New Mill Road opposite the village Community Centre.

There are two wooden plaques on the ground floor that remember the men and women who gave their lives in two World Wars. The period commemorated is 1914 1919 and 1939 1945. There are also two further plaques upstairs in the church listing the members of the Church who gave their lives in World War 1 and 2.

1914 1919
Ernest Hebblethwaite
John Edward Hebblethwaite
John Henry Hebblethwaite
1939 1945
Gilbert Hebblethwaite
A plaque with a bronze plate on a wooden base on the wall in the church upstairs details the following information:

Erected by the Members of this place
of Worship in gratitude and love to the
memory of their young men who died for
Freedom and Truth in the War. 1914 1919

Pte. J. E. Hebblethwaite 2/6th Nth. Staffs. R.
Pte. J. W. Johnson 1/4 Duke of Well. W. R. R.
Pte. E. Sanderson 15th Durham Light Inf.

This information is reproduced from the War Memorials section of the Kirklees Council website:
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