Of 2, Almond Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 13105, Somerset Light Infantry. On guard at Dublin Castle during the Irish Unrest. Wounded at Sulva Bay 15 August 1915.
Husband of Mrs. Boardman, of 13, Westbury Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire. Attached 7th/8th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Second son of Ellen F. O. Fausset (nee Lane) and the late Rev. Charles Fausset, B.A., T.C.D. B.A., M.A., L.L.D., Trinity College, Dublin. Captained T.C.D. Cricket XI. Mile and quarter-mile champion of Ireland. Gazetted 3rd Royal Irish Regtiment, October 1914. Formerly a master at Bolton Grammar School. Attached 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment.
Son of James and Margaret Finn, of 11, Meadow Road, Lower Broughton, Salford, Lancashire. Born at Castlemore, County Carlow, Eire. Note: death marked as August 1914 on Salford Cathedral Memorial, though this was date of capture. Died 12 December 1914 as prisoner. Marked on CWGC as Lance Corporal.
Son of William and Nancy Alice Miller, of 28, Peace Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Formerly 14820, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Formerly 2247, Scottish and Irish Horse.
Son of Patrick and Mary Morley, of 35, Settle Street, Little Lever, Lancashire. Formerly 26510, Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Son of John and Sarah Ann Morton, of Pendlebury, Lancashire; husband of Ann Chapman (formerly Morton), of 40, Vicker Street, Clifton, Lancashire.
Youngest son of the late Edwin and Mary Price, of Salford, Lancashire. Served in the South African Campaign with 6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.
Husband of Mrs. M. Quinn, of 5, Mason Street, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 30428, Royal Dublin Fusiliers.