Son of John Thomas and Alice Ainsworth, of 2, Daisyfield, Chorley New Road, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly 40344, Royal Engineers.
Son of James H. and Mary Ann Barlow, of 77, Clinton Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and formerly of 1, Gorses Mount, Darcy Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.
Formerly 7590, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Formerly 277477, Manchester Regiment.
Son of William and Esther Ellen Bevan, of 15, Ringlow Park Road, Worsley Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly 3001, Royal Field Artillery.
Eldest son of Mr. A. B. Bromley, of The Oldhams, Sharples, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly a Private with the Public School’s Battalion. Twice wounded.
Husband of Mrs. Broughton, of 30, Regent Street, Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 16046, 9th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded.
Son of James and Elizabeth Crichton, of 42, Raglan Street, Lower Broughton, Lancashire. Formerly 213844, Royal Field Artillery. Service Number incorrectly recorded as 189684 on SDGW. Confirmed against CWGC and Medal Card.
Formerly 18159, West Lancashire Cyclist Company.
Formerly 68929, Machine Gun Corps. CWGC records surname as DICKINS, but confirmed as DICKENS by Medal Card.
Son of Mary Dowbekin, of 23, Yarrow Place, Bolton, Lancashire. Demobilised 19 March 1919.
Son of Harry and Sara Frankenstein, of 315, Great Clowes Street, Higher Broughton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Hunt, of 21, Bromwich Street, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Manchester Regiment, enlisted November 1914. Transferred to Tank Corps in December 1916. Demobilised 14 January 1919. DCM Citation: “For energy, resource and disregard of personal danger as quartermaster-serjeant to his company from February to September 16th, 1918. During the operations on 22nd March, near Beugny, and again on 8th August, near Warfusee, he showed the greatest resource and determination in keeping his company constantly furnished with rations and tank supplies regardless of hostile artillery fire on each occasion. During the period 13th-16th September he showed great ability in keeping the tanks of his company filled up with supplies during some very long approach marches.” (LG 03.09.19)
Husband of Annie Wood (formerly Hutchinson), of 87, Rawsthorne Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Edward and Betsy Marshall, of 22, Acre Lane, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. Native of Eccles, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ouldcott, of 89, Nelson Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Native of Horwich. Formerly employed at Horwich Loco Works. Formerly 15335, 10th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry during and after an attack. He rescued, under heavy artillery and machine gun fire, many wounded men, voluntarily remaining behind when his battalion was relieved, and assisting to carry in the wounded of another regiment.” (LG 20.10.16)
Son of William and Elizabeth Ann Ray, of 26, Norringham Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ethel Ray (nee Hamer), of 186 Waterloo Street, Bolton. Formerly 16450, 8th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Also served in Machine Gun Corps (Heavy Branch). Demobilized 04 March 1919. Interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery, 29 September 1921.
Son of Charles Alma Ridings and Rose Ridings, of Manchester, Lancashire; husband of Margaret Alice Ridings, of 15, Peel Avenue, Higher Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire. Formerly 270246, Royal Army Service Corps.
Formerly 1544, Household Battalion.
Son of Albert E. and Annie Sapsead, of 61, Davis Street, Eccles, Lancashire. Formerly 17837, Lancashire Fusiliers.
Resided with his foster-mother at 188, Highfield Terrace, Darwen Road, Bromley Cross, Turton, Lancashire. Formerly a bandsman with the Sherwood Foresters.