Formerly 189055, R.H. & R.F.A.
Brother of Mrs. E. Morgan, of 3, Rose Cottage, Ladyburn Lane, Fallowfield, Lancashire.
DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry during a raid on the enemy’s trenches. Though wounded in two places the day before he insisted on taking part in the raid, and displayed great dash in the enemy’s trenches, inflicted loss on the occupants.” (LG 20.10.16)
Formerly 29509, Manchester Regiment.
Of 22, Lower Leigh Road, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly 43790, Manchster Regiment. Prisoner of War.
Son of Stephen and Annie Casey, of 61, Hughes Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Formerly 10297, West Yorkshire Regiment.
Of 14, Hanover Street, Salford, Lancashire. Christ Church.
Son of George and Annie Dawson, 206 Chapel Street, Salford, Lancashire. George was a plumber before he attested 19 June 1916 into the Manchester Regiment as private 51013 aged 18. He had two brothers Ralph and William and a sister Emily. His I.D. disc and two photographs were the only personal effects to be returned to his parents. Formerly 51013, Manchester Regiment.
Son of Fred Dry, of 6, Bewdley Road, Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
Son of Mary Alice Crowther (formerly Gorman), of 4, Jennings’ Terrace, Warwick Street, Hull, Yorkshire, and the late James Gorman.
Husband of Mrs. Hadfield, of 2, Madeline Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.
Formerly 64691, Welsh Regiment.
Son of Jabez and Mary Ann Hancock, of 3, Kay’s Court, Little Lever, Lancashire.
Son of John Redford Horrocks and Lydia Horrocks, of 98, Bradford Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mary Horrocks, of 286, The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. Served in the South African Campaign and in India.
Son of Alfred and Clara Jones, of 25, Rochester Avenue, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly 8852, North Staffordshire Regiment.
Son of J. B. and M. A. Lee; husband of Mary Lee.
Son of Henry B. and Amy Lett, of 50, Whitelow Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, Lancashire.