Regiment: Gloucestershire Regiment

Baxendale, Robert – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Baxendale, of 36, Rhyl Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Entry duplicated in Bolton Roll of Honour. Formerly 33201, Lancashire Fusiliers.

Edmonds, Robert Oscar – Private

Son of Teresa and the late Thomas Edmonds, of 16, King Edward Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Native of Norton, Daventry, Northamptonshire. Enlisted as Private 5038, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Formerly 23037, 9th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry.

Johnson, Geoffrey Robert – Second Lieutenant

Son of Mr. Robert Thorley Johnson, former headmaster of the Rivington and Blackrod Grammar School, and Mrs. Lilian Johnson, of Gloucestershire, later of “Yalta”, King’s Road, Colwyn Bay. His brother H. Norman Johnson was wounded, shot through the knee, in the Dardanelles.

Jones, William John – Corporal

Son of Maurice and Elizabeth Jane Jones, of Myrtle House, Westcliffe Drive, Blackpool, Lancashire. Formerly 3984, 1st Battalion, Life Guards.

Lea, Harry – Corporal

Son of Henry and Hannah Lea, of 11, Hayes Street, St. Helens, Lancashire. Late of St. Clements C.E. School, Salford, and of Bristol University. Worked for Salford Corporation Education Department.

Lowbridge, William – Private

Son of Mrs. Mary Ann Lowbridge, of 5, The Stocks, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly 33182, Lancashire Fusiliers. Attached 7th Battalion, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment.

Margrove, James Harry – Private

Son of James and Isabella Margrove, of 16, Granville Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly 22759, 22nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Recorded as Margroove on SDGW.

Mason, Isaac – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mason, of 18, Dudley Street, Hightown, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 2986, Shropshire Yeomanry.

Miller, Henry – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of 26, Beechwood Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 5839, Herefordshire Regiment.

Miller, Thomas – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of 22, Tong Street, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Awarded the Military Medal for showing exceptional gallantry at Festubert in April 1918 in getting through with a message in spite of heavy enemy shell fire.