Son of Peter and Martha Aitken, of 95, Renshaw Street, Patricroft, Eccles, Lancashire.
Of Chatsworth Street, Walkden, Lancashire. Formerly S/9767, 2nd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders. Badly wounded in left arm and shoulder on 09 April 1917. Discharged 04 September 1917.
Formerly of Horwich Loco Works. Prisoner of War.
Son of the late Alfred and Susannah Burgess.
Son of William and Ann Calderley, of 10, Osborne Grove, Bolton, Lancashire.
Of 109, Woodbine Street, Salford, Lancashire. Christ Church.
Son of John and Mary Ann Gregory, of 278, Newton Road, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire. Born at Westhoughton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Emily Ratcliffe, of 24, Lower Seedley Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Hames Hilton, of 320, Manchester Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire.
Son of Robert and Mary Hastie, of 70, Peel Street, Farnworth, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Hayston, of 19, Fairfield Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Hayston, of 17, Egyptian Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 116, Penn Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded in the back on 02 July 1916. Awarded Military Medal for gallantry displayed on 21 November 1917. Reported missing March 1918 and confirmed Prisoner of War.
Son of John Howell, of 15, Barton Road, Worsley, Lancashire; husband of Mary A. Gibb (formerly Howell), of 116, Barton Lane, Eccles, Lancashire.
Husband of Alice Ann Knowles, of 398, Manchester Road, Blackrod, Chorley, Lancashire, formerly of 9, Scot Lane End, Blackrod, Lancashire.
Son of Isabella Millar (formerly Mather), of 13, Abbotsford Place, Motherwell, Lanarkshire, and the late James Mather. (Chief Officer Coast Guards, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire).
Son of Edward and Margaret McDonald, of Montrose, Angus; husband of Minnie E. McDonald, of The Cottage, Bolton Golf Club, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Elsie and the late James McDonald, of Aberdeenshire.
Of 19, Hillside Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1914 in the Royal Army Medical Corps, and transferred to the Gordon Highlanders in May 1915. One of four captured prisoners of war who made good their escape.
Only son of William and Sarah Ann Mellor, of 704, Manchester Road, Chequerbent, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Recorded as Henry Mellor in BJ&G.