The following details are taken from the publication "Monumental Inscriptions Non Conformists At The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Laycock, Yorkshire." Which is compiled and published by the Keighley and District Family History Society.

I am grateful to the Society for allowing their permission to reproduce the information on this web site.

Note - The reference numbers given are taken from the above publication.

 

50     

On a memorial built into the outside of the wall overlooking the road;

Sacred to the men of Braithwaite, Laycock and Goose Eye who fell in the Great War 1914 to 1918.

James Bracewell - Laycock; Arthur Feather - Laycock; John William Judson - Newsholme Dean; Clifford Nicholson - Braithwaite; Ernest Nixon - Goose Eye; Tom Smith - Whin Knowle; Willie Wadsworth - Laycock.

And of those who fell in the Second War 1939 to 1945; George Baker; Jack Binns; John R. Grayston; Jack Staines. "Faithful Unto Death."

87

In memory of Thomas Feather died February 11th 1892 aged 30 years.

(On the kerb at the foot) Also Percy his son died April 6th 1956 aged 69 years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following details are taken from the Burial Register for the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Laycock.

 

 

Surname

Forenames

Address

Buried

Age

Row

Letter

M.I.

Feather

Harry

9 Clive Pl. Bradford

6 Sep 1949

55

358

 

 

Feather

John W.

Keighley

28 Sep 1909

46

5

H

 

Feather

Mary Elizabeth

Keighley

21 Dec 1968

76

3

V W

 

Feather

Percy

9 Riverside,
Keighley

10 Apr 1956

69

3

V W

87

Feather

Thomas

Fell Lane

15 Feb 1892

31

3

V W

87

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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