St Paul's Church War Memorial.
This memorial is on permanent display at St Andrew's Church - The Shared Church in Keighley.
It was brought to this church sometime after St Paul's Church was demolished in the 1970s.
St Paul's Church was situated on Parkwood Street in Keighley and the men named on the memorial are all from the surrounding area.
The inscription reads:
Died For their Country In The Great War 1914 - 1918
Their Name Liveth For Evermore.
These men all lived very near to St Paul's Church on Parkwood Street and Sam Lowndes was actually a sidesman at the church before he was killed in the war. This fact is detailed in the St Mary's Church vestry minutes from some months before this memorial was created.
St Paul's Church on Parkwood Road, was demolished around 1972.
St Paul's Great War memorial tablet is on the wall in St Andrew's Church (the Shared Church):
Their details are as follows:
Name - Date of death - Home address
Baron, Albert - 18 Apr 1917 - 31, Quarry Street.
Duckett, Willie - 27 Oct 1918 - 1, Broom Terrace.
Hardacre, Christopher - 18 Oct 1915 - 1, Park Lane.
Hinchcliffe, Arthur - 30 Sep 1917 - 87, Dalton Lane.
Hotston, Wilfred - 27 Aug 1918 - 162, Parkwood Street.
Lowndes, Charles - 20 Nov 1916 - 11, Belle Vue Terrace.
Lowndes, Sam - 1 Jul 1916 - 11, Belle Vue Terrace.
Pickard, Albert - 12 Oct 1916 - 146, Parkwood Street.
Pickard, Willie - 4 Sep 1917 - 3, Barrett Street.
Rawling, Ellis - 18 Apr 1915 - 39 Parkwood St.
Saxton, Frederick - 14 Dec 1918 - 5, Barn Street.
Tatton, Harry - 6 May 1917 - 78 Parkwood Street.
Tatton, Willie - 20 Nov 1916 - 13, Belle Vue Terrace.
Wilkinson, John W - 12 Aug 1915 - 17, Green Street.