Son of Richard and Annie Atkinson, of 242, Manchester Road East, Little Hulton, Lancashire.
Son of Robina Froggatt Bird, of Denholme, Breightmet Hill West, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Charles Bird. Formerly 1926, Royal Sussex.
Son of James A. and Sarah Jane Dyson, of 16, Beaufort Street, Liverpool Road, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire. Native of Winton, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Second son of P.C. Aaron Edge of the Bolton County Borough Police, of 33, Ulleswater Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ellis, of 5, Granville Terrace, Hadley, Wellington, Shropshire. Of 21, Ivy Road, Bolton, Lancashire. One of four brothers serving in the Army.
Of 83, Higher Bridge Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Nephew of the late Councillor John Haslam, of Derby Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Haslam, of 15, North End, Wisbech, Cabridgeshire. Taken prisoner in March 1918, and subsequently died of Bronchitis at Stendal Camp, Germany.
Of 8, Astley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded in the right knee.
Son of James and Margaret Heyes; husband of Gertrude Cliworth (formerly Heyes), of 27, South View Street, Tonge Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 7391, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Formerly 4986, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Second son of the late Mr. William Hutchinson, of the Bolton Waterworks Department, and of Mrs. Hutchinson, of Beverley Mount, Deane, Bolton, Lancashire. Old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1884-1887). Formerly served in the Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry in the South African Campaign.
Husband of Mrs. Knott, of 61, John Taylor Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of John and Ellen Lindley, of 286, Manchester Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 203723, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris, of 23, Lena Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915 on his 16th birthday. Awarded the Military Medal for carrying in wounded under heavy machine gun fire at Albert.