Names listed under "N"

Nabb, Fred – Lance Sergeant

Son of the late Alfred and Harriet Nabb, of 41, Harris Street, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Native of Bolton, Lancashire.

Nall, Joseph – Major

Elder son of Joseph and Annie Nall, of Thurgarton, Broad Oak Park, Worsley, Lancashire; husband of Edith Elizabeth Nall (nee Francklin).  Enlisted 1908.  Promoted from Captain to Major 11/09/1914.  Sometimes incorrectly reported as Richard Nall in local newspapers.

Nangle, Thomas – Private

Son of John and Martha Allen Nangle; husband of Gert A. Nangle, of 55, Dorning Street, Swinton, Lancashire.

Napkin, John – Sapper (Private)

Son of John and Ruth Napkin; husband of Amelia Napkin, of 7, Lord Street, Little Lever, Lancashire. Born at Little Lever, Lancashire.

Naylon, J – Sergeant

Of 15, South View Street, Bolton, Lancashire. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This non-commissioned officer has served continuously in France for three years, though three times wounded. During all this time he has proved himself a thoroughly conscientious and reliable non-commissioned officer, and his services in the course of hard-fought action have been conspicuously valuable.” (LG 21.10.18)

Naylor, Arthur – Private

Son of Law and Hannah Broadlay, of 3, Halifax Road, Hipperholme, Halifax, Yorkshire. Formerly 242334, East Surrey Regiment.

Naylor, George Alfred – Private

Son of William Naylor, of 79, Venture Street, Bolton, Lancashire. One of several Boltonians who were aboard the Royal Edward when she was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean on 13 August 1915.

Naylor, Harry – Sergeant

Brother of Mrs. Syddall, of 17, Keighley Street, Smithills, Bolton, Lancashire. Awarded the Military Medal on 22 August 1917.