Son of Frank and Frances Allen, of 82, Walter Street, Harpurhey, Lancashire.
Son of James and Margaret Alston, of 106, St. Pauls Street, Low Moor, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Husband of Vesta B. Ashton, of 16, Montague Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of William and Eleanor Aspin.
Son of Joseph James and Mary Clarke, of 44, Aberdeen Crescent, Edgeley, Stockport, Cheshire. Formerly 1121, Cheshire Regiment.
Son of Martha Cross, of 4, Hillington Street, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, Lancashire. Discharged 11 April 1917, no longer physically fit due to chronic nephritis.
Son of the late William and Sarah Deakin, of 63, Brideoak Street, Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire.
ALIAS – See also John Andrew LOGAN. Son of the late Stephen and Jane Loghan. John A Logan served under the name Thomas Dunn. The 1891 census gives John’s name as John A Loghan, and in the 1901 census this has changed to John Logan. He was killed during the battle of Frezenberg which proved to be the worst in the King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment’s history. An article found in the Salford Reporter states that John had served in the army for 10 years and his sister lived at 35 Rudman Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of John and Julia Fagan. Born at Manchester, Lancashire.
Son of James and Elizabeth Fell; husband of Mary Elizabeth Taylor (formerly Fell), of Corporation Yard, Clitheroe, Lancashire
Son of John and Mary Gibbons, of 60, Wilton Street, Whitefield, Lancashire.
Son of Robert James and Ann Hamilton, of Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire.
Son of Martin Heanagan, of 27, Robinson Street, Blaydon-on-Tyne, Northumberland; husband of Frances Heanagan, of 10, Gorse Street, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire.