Regiment: Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Abbott, Albert – Private

Son of William and Sarah Jane Abbott, of 3, Cardwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 7879, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Discharged as surplus to military requirements 14 December 1918 following home service only.

Abraham, Willie – Private

Son of John and Maggie Abraham, of 34, Paisley Road, Renfrew, Renfrewshire. Formerly S/20643, Labour Corps.

Abrahams, Joseph – Private

Son of Margaret Abrahams, of 155, Crescent Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 8100, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Demobilised Class Z 20 March 1919.

Adams, John Arthur – Corporal

Husband of Mrs. Adams, of 22, Poplar Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded – shrapnel wounds to back and foot (August 1916). Discharged to Class P (Wounds) 21 April 1917.

Adams, Thomas – Private

Husband of Florence Adams, of 46, Hooton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4575, 5th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, enlisted Bolton 12 May 1915 and discharged medically unfit for further military service 23 November 1915. Re-enlisted and was discharged as not likely to become an efficient soldier 12 August 1916.

Ainscough, John – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ainscough, of 106, Adelaide Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 2037, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Demobilised.

Ainscough, John – Private

Brother of Agnes Ainscough, of 4, Canal Street, Adlington, Lancashire. Formerly Army Ordnance Corps. Discharged unlikley to become an efficient soldier (noted as mentally deficient) 26 July 1916.

Ainsworth, Ernest – Private

Son of Ann Ainsworth, of 21, Gregson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire, and the late John Ainsworth. Formerly 5048, 4th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Ainsworth, Henry – Lance Corporal

Elder of two soldier sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth, of 21, Fortune Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4085, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty for many months, especially during a day of fierce fighting when he carried important messages, making no less than eight journeys between a front line pill-box and battalion headquarters. His work as a runner has been worthy of the highest praise.” (LG 21.10.18)

Ainsworth, John – Private

Husband of Millicent Ainsworth (nee Greenhalgh), of 206, Ainsworth Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Discharged no longer physically fit for war service 26 September 1917.