Of 4, Lancaster Gate, North Shore, Blackpool, Lancashire. Formerly Private 13035, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Commissioned 25 October 1916. Attached 4th Battalion.
Son of William and Marion Icke, of 70, Harmsworth Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Native of Sale, Cheshire.
Son of Richard and Elizabeth Iddon, of 14, Kendal Street, Preston, Lancashire.
Son of Jeffrey and Sarah Iddon, of Block 81, 2nd House, Liverpool Road, Irlam, Lancashire.
(Name completely faded on Roll of Honour)
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Idle, of 12, James Terrace, Blackburn Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed by a Bristol to London Express train whilst guarding the railway near Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
Son of Mr. Timothy and Mrs. Idle (stepmother), of 12, James Terrace, Blackburn Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed by a Bristol to London express train whilst on railway guarding duty near Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
Son of William and Jane Iles, of 139, Trafford Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Resident of 10 Grove Road, Willesdon Green, London NW. Younger son of Capt. Charles Iliff and Mrs. H. J. Iliff, formerly of 9, Park Grange, Victoria Park, Manchester, Lancashire, and of Sunderland, County Durham. Brother of C. W. Iliff, of Keasden, Felden, Boxmoor, Hertfordshire. Formerly Z/245 (London), Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died of wounds in 2nd (RN) Field Ambulance.
Son of Henry and Lucy Iliff, of 27, John Alfred Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Born at Horwich, Lancashire. Died of wounds to the left thigh and chest.
Son of Henry and Lucy Iliff, of 27, John Alfred Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
ALIAS – Served as James Roger HILLIDGE. Son of Edwin and Ann Illidge; husband of Jane Illidge, of 18, Lower Street, New Bury, Fanrworth, Lancashire.
Son of William R. and Margaret Illston, of 106, St. Simon Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Robert Henry and Ada Ince, of 2, East Garden Street, Bury, Lancashire. Formerly 1st Battalion.
Son of Mrs. Margaret Ince, of 427, Blackburn Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Memorial in Astley Bridge Cemetery.
Son of George Edward and Alice Inch, of 2, Charlotte Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mary Inch. Formerly Corporal, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. Some time as a prisoner in Germany. Attached 6th Battalion.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Inch, of 13, Victoria Grove, Bolton, Lancashire. Missing. Prisoner of War in Germany.
Son of Annie and the late Richard Inch, of Leith, Midlothian; husband of Amelia Inch, of 21, Ouse Street, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire.