Only son of James and Esther Booth, of 14, Alexander Road, Tonge, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Mary Duxbury, of The New Inn, Newtown, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gateley, of 21, Peel Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Formerly Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Awarded Vellum certificate for an act of bravery on the night of 5th/6th September 1917. Awarded the Military Medal for bravery in the field at Cambrai on 10 December 1917. Taken prisoner of war on 27 May 1918 and interned at Limburg.
Youngest son of Arthur Cooke Gee and Evelina Gee, of Highfield House, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. Memorial in New Jerusalem Churchyard.
Of 43, Soho Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported missing 27 May 1918 and confirmed Prisoner of War.
Of 56, Darley Street, Brownlow Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4848, Cheshire Regiment.
Son of George H. and Mary Leigh, of Moorfield, Swinton, Lancashire; husband of Ethel May Murray (formerly Leigh), of Buckden, Huntingdonshire. Attached Labour Corps.
Son of Professor Edward Bagnall Poulton and Mrs. Emily Palmer Poulton, of Wykeham House, Oxford. Captain of the England Rugby Football XV in 1914. Of 16, Portland, Reading, Berkshire.
Son of James and Margaret Partington. Formerly 4877, Cheshire Regiment.
Of 134, Spa Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 16 November 1917.
Son of Thomas and Emma Prescott, and 25, Parkdale Road, Tonge, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4978, Army Pay Corps.
Son of Charles and Sarah Wells; husband of M. Wells, of 3, Spring Gardens, Chapel Place, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire. Native of Hempstead Norris, Berkshire.
Son of David and Martha Whittle, of 73, Old Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4817, Cheshire Regiment.
Son of Samuel and Sarah Williams, of 29, Bolton Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of David and Alice Ann Young, of 80, Worsley Road, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 4898, Cheshire Regiment. Memorial in St. James’s Churchyard.