Husband of Annie Ellen Abbott (nee Chaisty), of 108, Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Lancashire. Demobilised 31 March 1920. Address on discharge, 3, Albert Street, Horwich, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Adamson, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Elizabeth Adamson, of 6, Slater Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Acting Bombardier on Medal Card, promoted 21 October 1915, and reverted to Gunner 15 March 1916 for misconduct. Attached X 31st Trench Mortar Battery.
Son of George Ainsworth, of Mill Hill, Bolton, Lancashire. Discharged no longer physically fit 09 April 1914.
Son of Edward and Mary Ainsworth, of Salford, Lancashire; husband of Lillie Ainsworth, of 6, Driffield Street, Moss Side, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alcock, of 130, Settle Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Gunner 938, Royal Field Artillery. Attached 47th Quick Firing Battery, Royal Horse and Field Artillery, Indian Army.
Son of John Ralph and Hannah Wright Alderson, of 75, Stafford Road, Swinton, Lancashire.
Husband of Elizabeth Aldred (nee Ramsden), of 32, Sylvester Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 1487. Discharged physically unfit 04 December 1918, address at discharge 32, Liverpool Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Mary Aldred, of 26, Little Moss Lane, Pendlebury, Lancashire. Enlisted 23 May 1913 at Liverpool as 11588, King’s Liverpool Regiment, claiming at that time to have former service with the Royal Engineers and having been discharged by purchase. Discharged 04 April 1914 with all service forfeit having been convicted by the civil power of “felony”. Discharged from this enlistment 05 November 1914 having been convicted of making a false answer on attestation.
Son of Emma Allsopp, of 3, Park Street, Irlams-o’-th’-Height, Salford, Lancashire, and the late Alfred William Allsopp. Formerly 878, 2nd (East Lancashire) Brigade, Royal Field Artillery.
Son of Frederick Almond, of 80, Bradshaw Chapel, Bradshaw, Bolton, Lancashire. Discharged 05 May 1916, address at discharge 7, Talbot Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Robert and Nellie Anderson, of 7, Charlotte Terrace, Clarendon Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Of 36, Varley Street, Miles Platting, Manchester, Lancashire. Discharged 24 March 1916 having refused to sign the Imperial Service Obligation.
Son of Thomas and Susan Anderson, of Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. Served in South Africa and India prior to First World War. Discharged 14 December 1918 to address 27, Gosford Street, Middlesborough, Yorkshire.
Son of John and Emily Anderton, of 30, Musgrave Road, Bolton, Lancashire.
Husband of Mrs. Anstead, of 43, Tyndall Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly a painter with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Appleton, of 27, Crowther Street, Regent Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Of 35, Lyndhurst Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted in October 1915. Discharged no longer fit for war service September 1919.