Names listed under "M"

Maben, George – Private

Son of J. E. N. and Louisa Maben, of 100, Mount Pleasant Street, Hooley Hill, Audenshaw, Lancashire.

MacDonald, Albert – Private

Youngest of three soldier sons of Mrs. MacDonald, widow, of 15, Mary Street, Derby Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Emmanuel School. Killed.

MacDonald, Archibald MacGregor – Private

Son of Alexander Kidde MacDonald and Margaret Ann MacDonald, of 42, Mucey Road, West Bank, Widnes, Lancashire; husband of Martha Ann MacDonald, of 28, Thorne Street, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire. Fireman with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company.

MacDonald, Jonah Boyd – Private

Son of Alexander and Bertha MacDonald, of 23, Sunning Hill Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1914. Reported as Jonas MacDonald in BJ&G.

MacDonald, William – Private

Son of James and Mary Elizabeth MacDonald, of 24, Bowen Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Joined the Border Regiment in October 1913, prior to which he had served two years in the 5th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Previously wounded in the arm. Recorded as Lance Corporal in BJ&G.

Machell, Peter Stanley – Sergeant

Son of Wilson Machell, of Ludlow, Shropshire; husband of Lily Machell, of 5, Cliff Avenue, Lower Broughton, Salford, Lancashire. Worked for Salford Corporation Police Department.

Mack, John – Corporal

DCM Citation: “During the attack and capture of an enemy position, he showed the greatest courage and energy, frequently leading assaults and entering enemy trenches before our barrage had properly lifted off them. His spirit and dash inspired all about him.” (LG 16.08.17)

MacKay, Sinclair Monroe – Company Sergeant Major

Husband of Mary McKay, of 19, Collison Avenue, Chorley, Lancashire, and formerly of 42, Halstead Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A policeman with the Lancashire County Constabulary, he was assistant weights and measures inspector for Bolton (County Division) before enlisting shortly after the outbreak of war.