Died of wounds in German hands. Stained glass window in Christ Church, Pendleton, dedicated to his memory. “To the Greater Glory of God and in Loving memory of Frank Douglas Andrew, Lient 5th Battalion Manchester Regiment: who was wounded at Cambrai March 24th 1918 and died at Bohain Easter Day 1918 ‘Through the Gate of Death to a Joyful Resurrection’.”
Son of Richard and Amelia Armstrong, of Patricroft, Lancashire; husband of Edith Armstrong, of The Bridge, Patricroft, Lancashire. Formerly 30121, West Riding Regiment.
Son of Mary Jane Armstrong, of 59, Roberts Street, Patricroft, Lancashire, and the late John Henry Armstrong. Formerly 2804, Manchester Regiment.
Husband of Emma Ashcroft, of 93, Station Road, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Formerly PS/7116, Royal Fusiliers.
Worked for the London and North Western Railway Company as a Labourer at Patricroft, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. E. Bateson, of 10, Stafford Street, Hunslet Road, Leeds, Yorkshire.
Recorded as Herbert William Blank on CWGC. Formerly 4498, Manchester Regiment.
Formerly 37255, King’s Liverpool Regiment.
Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Bowden, of 74, Cromwell Road, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Son of Peter and Mary Bowker, of 25, Athol Street, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Only son of Hannah Brooks, of 222, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, Lancashire, and the late William Brooks. Born at Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.