Son of Joseph and Sarah Ackerley, of 579, Liverpool Road, Irlam, Lancashire. Discharged Class Z 06 February 1919. Re-enlisted for a further1 year of service in 8th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers at Patricroft 12 April 1921.
Brother of Mr. T. Adamson, of 27, Dougill Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of James Ainsworth, of 9, Shaftesbury Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly of 68, Cellini Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Husband of Sarah Ainsworth, of 89, Leicester Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Discharged not likely to become an efficient soldier 19 October 1914.
ALIAS – Served as Tom ALLCOCK. Husband of Annie Allcock (nee Blackburn), of 34, Robert Street, Patricroft, Lancashire. Born Patricroft. Service on the Western front 1915-16; 1917-18 Eastern front.
ALIAS – See Samuel ALLCOCK. Husband of Annie Allcock (nee Blackburn), of 34, Robert Street, Patricroft, Lancashire. Born Patricroft. Service on the Western front 1915-16; 1917-18 Eastern front.
Son of Mrs. Martha Allen, of 402, Manchester Road West, Little Hulton, Lancashire.
Of 64, Eldon Street. Formerly served with the 4th Battalion, King’s Liverpool Regiment, discharged time expired. Formerly 1975, 5th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Discharged 30 January 1919.
Of Henrietta Street, Bridge Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when, the enemy having penetrated our lines, he organised and led a bombing squad, which captured this party of the enemy. His courageous action undoubtedly saved the situation at a critical moment.” (LG 03.09.18)
Husband of Mrs. Ashton, of Pendlebury, Lancashire.
Husband of the late Elizabeth Ann Ashworth, of 18, Urmston Street, Leigh, Lancashire.
Son of James and Elizabeth Atkinson, of 36, Cherry Street, Earlestown, Lancashire.
Son of Isaac and Mary Banks, of 345, Eltonhead Road, St. Helens, Lancashire. Of 18, Barncroft Road, Farnworth, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks, of 20, Herbert Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed while at his post with a Lewis Gun.
Son of George and Margaret Bannister, of 28, Auburn Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Councillor Isaac Barrow, J.P., and of Mary Barrow, of “Brantwood”, 206 Manchester Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly Private, Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned March 1915. Attached 2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment.
Husband of Emily Barton, of 17, Hampton Place, Erskine Street, Manchester, Lancashire.