Luddenden Dean Wesleyan Graveyard

Luddenden Dean Wesleyan Chapel was destroyed by fire in 1954, but the graveyard remains.

The following people, and/or members of their family, are recorded here:

James Astin [1809-1882]
James Astin [1816-1890]
Robert Astin [1777-1856]
Thomas Astin [1826-1905]
Joseph Baldwin [1886-1920]
Albert Brotherton [1886-19??]
Ethel Brotherton [1889-1972]
John Brotherton [1844-1907]
Richard Brotherton [1815-1890]
William Brotherton [1821-1893]
Midgley Calvert [1865-1948]
Miles Calvert [1840-1908]
Hodgson Greenwood [1862-1903]
James Greenwood [1897-1918]
John Murgatroyd [1819-1891]
John Murgatroyd [1860-1915]
Thomas Murgatroyd [1813-1883]
Squire Shoesmith [1791-1801]
John Smith [1848-1927]

In the graveyard, there is a communal grave to the orphans who died whilst working at Calvert's Mill at Wainstalls.

Some of the monumental inscriptions in the graveyard are shown in the CD entitled Halifax Monumental Inscriptions #2

See Halifax and Us

© Malcolm Bull 2022
Revised 13:16 / 21st November 2022 / 5233

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