Regiment: Royal Naval Auxiliary Sick Berth Reserve

Aspin, George – Sick Berth Attendant

A member of the Bolton Corps, St. John Ambulance Brigade. Died December 1915. Interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery on 30 December 1915 in grave III. K1. (N.C.). 56.

Barnes, Charles Edwin – Junior Reserve Attendant

Son of Hannah Barnes, of 8, Victoria Avenue, Perry Street, Hull, Yorkshire. Originally from Hull, Yorkshire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Died from blood poisoning and pneumonia at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary following a cut finger.

Haslam, R – Chief Petty Officer

A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Awarded the Russian Order of St. Stanilas. Worked on Naval armoured cars in Russia. Later on the staff of the Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham.

Riley, James – Junior Reserve Attendant

Husband of Louisa Riley, of 29, Coop Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. A Sergeant of the St. John Ambulance Brigade, which he joined at the start of the South African Campaign. Formerly employed as caretake of the Co-Operative Society Reading Rooms at Halliwell. Body not recovered for burial.

Scholes, George – Private

Eldest son of Mr. Thomas Scholes, plumber, of Darwen Road, Bromley Cross, Turton, Lancashire. A member of the St. John Ambulance Brigade.

Stockham, George Edward – Junior Reserve Attendant

Son of William Henry and Alice Matilda Stockham; husband of Mary Stockham, of 31, Mercia Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Originally a native of Bristol. Formerly employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company at Trinity Street Station as foreman cleaner in the carriage and wagon department. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Seriously wounded 17 May 1915 resulting in both feet being amputated.