Son of Mr. W. (William) Aldred, of “Oakwood”, Brackley Road, Monton Green, Eccles, Lancashire.
Son of Elizabeth Alice Allen, of 9, Cyril Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of James Edwin and Mary Alice Andrew, of Ashton-under-Lyne; brother of Mrs. H. Ducker, of 35, Goulden Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey, of 125, Ellesmere Street, Deans, Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Annie Baker, of 10, Mortlake Road, Ilford, Essex.
Son of John and Elizabeth Hampson Bethel, of 6, Eades Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of Walter and Eleanor Brownhill, of 309, Manchester Road, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Peter and Annie Burns, of 16, Fairfax Street, Trafford Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of John and Sarah Ann Crank, of 34, Starcliffe Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Also Royal Flying Corps.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fielding, of 4, Hugh Oldham Drive, The Cliff, Higher Broughton, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Lincoln and Clara Fray, of 45, Greendale Road, Port Sublight, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Native of Kearsley, Lancashire. A Farnworth man who went down with HMS Viknor, an armed merchant cruiser, off the north coast of Ireland. Body not recovered for burial.
Son of Superintendent Habgood, of the Bolton Borough Police, of 25, Shewsbury Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly a member of the Bolton Yeomanry, commissioned into the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Son of Harry and Emma Hamer, of 405, Liverpool Road, Peel Green, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas Hamer, of 23, Gower Street, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire. Body not recovered for burial.
Son of James and Mrs. Mary Jane Hilton, of 245, St. Helens Road, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire.
Youngest son of William and Alice Hollas, of 9, Seafield Road, Lytham, Lancashire. Old boy of Farnworth Grammar School.
Son of Alfred Percy Holt, of 9, Horsham Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
Brother of Henry Horridge, of 12, Hardman Street, Farnworth, Lancashire.
Resident of 10 Grove Road, Willesdon Green, London NW. Younger son of Capt. Charles Iliff and Mrs. H. J. Iliff, formerly of 9, Park Grange, Victoria Park, Manchester, Lancashire, and of Sunderland, County Durham. Brother of C. W. Iliff, of Keasden, Felden, Boxmoor, Hertfordshire. Formerly Z/245 (London), Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died of wounds in 2nd (RN) Field Ambulance.