Of Carrington Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire. Formerly 5065, 2nd/3rd Battalion, Monmouthshire Regiment.
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Son of John Bromwich, of 2, Hurst Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Discharged 16 June 1915 as “not likely to become an efficient soldier on medical grounds.”
Son of Thomas and Ann Davies, of 33, North Drive, Swinton, Lancashire.
Daughter of Thomas and Caroline Hamer, of Pendelbury, Lancashire.
ALIAS – See James MASSEY. Husband of Sarah Ann Massey, of 64, Alpha Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
ALIAS – Served as James MARTIN. Husband of Sarah Ann Massey, of 64, Alpha Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Maria Evans (formerly Mulliner), and stepson of Pte. Walter Evans, Lancashire Fusiliers, of 3, Lottie Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire. Formerly 38953, 16th Battalion, King’s Liverpool Regiment. Died from pneumonia and pleurisy at Broadwater Hospital, Ipswich. Surname recorded as MILLINER on SDGW.
Husband of Edith Toolan (nee Connolly), of 8, Cobden Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire. Discharged 15 June 1916, “No longer physically fit for War Service”.
Formerly 2876, Royal Irish Rifles.
Son of Edward Thomas Worsley, of 350, Bolton Road, Pendlebury, Lancashire; husband of the late Alice Worsley. Formerly 20577, Border Regiment. DCM Citation: “For continuous gallantry and devotion to duty at Cormicy on 27th May, 1918. He brought fresh ammunition and rations up to the guns in the front line under heavy high explosive and gas shelling. At Beaumont Hamel on 22nd August, when the pack mule train was heavily bombed and the animals stampeded, he succeeded in getting them together and successfully delivering his rations, setting a fine example to his comrades.” (LG 11.03.20)