Son of Aaron and Jane Pearson Appleton, of Bryn Derwen, Glan Conway, Denbighshire. Formerly Bolton Artillery, Royal Field Artillery.
Youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barker, of Commerce House, Lee Lane, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly Second Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Previously in the French Foreign Legion in France for 17 weeks since the outbreak of war. Appointed officer commanding “B” Flight at Upavon in the Royal Flying Corps.
Formerly 2444 and 240706, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Eldest Son of Charles H. and Mary E. Boorne, of 375, Bronson Avenue, Ottawa, Canada. Served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force in France and Belgium. Born at Norwich, Norfolk.
Son of Thomas and Fanny Bradshaw, of 176, Leigh Road, Boothstown, Lancashire. Worked for Salford Corporation Tramways Department. Killed in Accident.
Of Brinden Cot, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire. A dentist, he practiced at 61, Reddish Road South, Stockport, Cheshire. Wounded on 01 November 1916.
Son of Herbert and Mary Broadbent, of The Palace Hotel, Birkdale, Southport, Lancashire. Native of Darwen, Lancashire.
Also General List.
Son of Margaret Browne, of 10, Sandy Grove, Pendleton, Lancashire, and the late James Browne. Formerly 11th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment.
Son of the Reverend S. F. Collier and Mrs. H. E. Collier, of “Collinwood”, Deganwy, Llandudno Junction, Carnarvonshire. Native of Manchester. Formerly 6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment.
Only son of John and Jennie Crompton, of “Dovercourt”, Andsell, Lytham, Lancashire; nephew of Mr. William Crompton, of Wardley House, Walkden, Lancashire. Formerly West Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery.
Son of Mr. R. S. Davies, of “Wigmore”, Bradford Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Joined the Officer Training Corps and commissioned as Second Lieutenant into the East Yorkshire Regiment, before transfer to the Royal Flying Corps. Missing after 1 day at front on 13 April 1917, repatriated 17 December 1918.
Son of Rev. Charles Ernest Havelock Donnell, Curate at Swinton 1887-1891, and Pauline C. Donnell, of Stamfordham Vicarage, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland. Also Northumberland Fusiliers.
Son of William and Jane Eastwood, of 61, Pleasant Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at hospital in Sheffield from Meningitis.
Of 29, Loxham Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of George C. and Alice Evans, of Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 2611, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Medals Unclaimed.
Son of William and Sarah Jane Gornall, of “Brookfield”, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Colonel Ernest William Greg, C.B., and Marian Greg, of Norcliffe Hall, Styal, Cheshire. Formerly of Dunscar, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 3rd Battalion, Cheshire Regiment.