Brotherton, Tom – Captain (Acting)

Second son of Reuben Brotherton, of 10, Hastings Road, Bolton, Lancashire, England. Formerly Sergeant 45574, Motor Machine Gun Brigade, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion in saving a large quantity of ammunition set on fire by shell fire, and, though wounded, burnt and suffering from shell shock, he remained on duty, fighting his gun and setting a splendid example to his detachment.” (LG 19.08.16) During the operations in the vicinity of Passchendale, on the night of October 29th 1917, this officer was leading his Battery to a new position, when he was instantly killed by enemy shell fire.

Clarkson, Harold – Second Lieutenant

Son of Elizabeth Clarkson, of 26, Grosvenor Street, Manchester Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Thomas Clarkson. Formerly Royal Army Medical Corps. Formerly 15th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers.

Hall, George – Sergeant

Son of David and Margaret Hall. Of 25, Shrewsbury Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Born at Eagley, Bolton, Lancashire.

Hall, Sydney – Trooper (Private)

Son of the late David and Margaret Hall; husband of Lily Hall, of 14, Gaythorne Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Born at Bolton, Lancashire.

Haselden, Cyril Gerrard – Captain

Son of Thomas and Emma Haselden, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of J. L. Haselden (now Mrs. Andrews), of Eusemere, Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland. Attached Australian Corps Headquarters.

Hutchinson, Percy – Saddler (Private)

Son of George and Sarah Jane Hutchinson, of 31, Holly Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Died from Gastritis in the 15th General Hospital, Alexandria.

Mather, Charles – Pioneer (Private)

Son of Charles and Sarah Mather, of Wentworth House, 12A, Wentworth Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly a chemist at the Hacken Sewage Works for Bolton Corporation.

Walker, Arthur – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of 10, Brooklyn Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted 1915. Formerly 5989, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Captured Prisoner of War 20 April 1918.