Husband of Hannah Abbott (nee Tattersall), of 4, Fleet Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Later of 6, Mona Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Demobilised Class Z 11 July 1919.
Husband of Bertha Adamason (nee Halliwell), of 125 Lawn Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded at Dardanelles by gunshot wounds on 19 September 1915 with wounds to eye and wrist. Discharged, no longer physically fit for war service on 06 March 1916. Died 1919. Interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery, 11 August 1919 in grave III. Q. (N.C.). 46.
Son of George and Rachael Allcock; husband of Mary Francis Newall (formerly Allcock), of 30, Woodbine Street, Cross Lane, Salford, Lancashire. Born at Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Mary Ellen Allsop, of 12, Alston Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Discharged Class Z 16 October 1919, address on discharge 270, Radcliffe Road, Darcy Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.
Husband of Marion Ellen Anderson (nee Edwards), of 13, Derby Avenue, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire. Demobilised Class Z 17 May 1919.
Son of Peter Andrew, of 280, Bolton Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Husband of Mary Ellen Andrews (nee Yates), of 190, Bolton Road, Irlams-o’-th’-Height, Salford, Lancashire. Demobilised Class Z 30 March 1919.
Husband of Ellen Austin, of 82, Eskrick Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Attached VI Corps, Heavy Artillery.
Son of Thomas and Eliza Ann Banks, of 235, Spa Road, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Richard and Alice Bannister, of 46, Pleasant Road, Eccles, Lancashire. Discharged 01 April 1919.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. David Barnett, of Staffordshire; husband of S. E. Barnett, of 425, Fourth Street, Trafford Park, Lancashire.
Of 24, Loxham Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of William and Margaret Bentley, of 316, Taylor’s Terrace, Egerton, Bolton, Lancashire. Attached II Corps. On the Roll of Honour of Walmsley Unitarian Church, and memorial in chapel graveyard.
Only son of Major Booth, V.D., J.P., of Turton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Booth (nee Monk), of Horrobin Fold, Turton, Lancashire. Formerly 4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Booth, of 522, Leigh Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915. Attached Royal Flying Corps. Electrician and photographer.