Son of Arthur and Ellen Abbott, of 8, Larchwood Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 3335, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Emma Rosina Jackson (formerly Airey), of 64, Hall Lane, Farnworth, Lancashire, and the late John Reginald Airey. Formerly in the Cavalry and later 19101, Leicestershire Regiment.
Son of John and Sarah Ann Aldred, of 164, Longcauseway, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 182552, 115th Training Reserve Battalion. Demobilised Class Z, 1919
Son of James and Alice Ann Allen, of 9, New Park Road, Salford. Lancashire. Formerly 6153, Border Regiment.
Son of Thomas and Jane Allen, of Lingards Farm, Sutton, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Formerly 11547, Seaforth Highlanders.
Son of William and Rachel Allison, of 20, Leconfield, Beverley, Yorkshire. Formerly 6598, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Charles and Jane Almond, of 36, Noble Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 19892, 15th Battalion, Welsh Regiment. Demobilised 18 January 1919, address on discharge 58, Beaconsfield Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Re-enlisted 19 January 1919 as Private 7807613, 17th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps.
Son of Charles Edward and Annie Andrews, of 33, Allerton Terrace, Eagley Bank, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Charles and Amelia Aplin. Born at Manchester, Lancashire. Formerly 4534, 8th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.
Son of Ophelia Archer, of 10, Gertrude Street, Derby Street, Salford, Lancashire, and the late John Archer. Formerly 10454, Royal Irish Regiment.
Formerly PS/7116, Royal Fusiliers.
Of 77, Gate Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Brother of Detective Sergeant Atkinson, of the Bolton County Borough Police. Formerly 22995, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Husband of Mrs. Atkinson, of 142, Sidney Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted June 1915, France 1916. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty throughout a hostile attack, when he controlled his guns under heavy enemy gas and high explosive shelling with the greatest courage and determination. After the infantry had retired the enemy, under cover of mist, crept up to within bombing distance of his position. But he held on, inflicting heavy casualties on them and enabling the infantry to advance and capture their position. When the infantry were eventually ordered to retire he and his guns and teams were the last to leave, again under intense machine gun fire.” (LG 03.10.18)
Son of Mr. T. Atkinson, of 4, Myrtle Grove, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 32349, Manchester Regiment.
Also recorded as Peter E. Audrain. Formerly 11797, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Husband of Edith Barnett, of 2, Duerden Street, Chapel Street, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly Private 22415, Border Regiment.
Son of Thomas and Ellen Barwise, of 109, King Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 35808, East Surrey Regiment. Missing 17/04/1918, reported Prisoner of War in letter of August 1918. When not returned following the Armistace, Red Cross discovered he had died from ‘bodily weakness and heart disease’ and been interred in a hospital cemetery at Erquelinnes.
Formerly 24296, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Henry and Rachel Belsey, of 26, Emmanuel Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4542, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. His brothers Stephen and Thomas both fell in service.
Husband of Mary Ellen Benyon, of 27, Bridgewater Street, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 8574, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.