Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alcock, of 130, Settle Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Gunner 938, Royal Field Artillery. Attached 47th Quick Firing Battery, Royal Horse and Field Artillery, Indian Army. Admitted to hospital with jaundice from Gallipoli in October 1915. Drowned en-route back to the front from leave.
Son of Aaron and Jane Pearson Appleton, of Bryn Derwen, Glan Conway, Denbighshire, and formerly of Rostherne, Litherland Park, Litherland, Lancashire. Formerly Bolton Artillery, 2nd/3rd East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, seconded Royal Flying Corps 15/11/1916.
Son of Sarah A. Cooke (formerly Ashworth), of 623, Wright Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late William Ashworth. Enlisted August 1914.
Only son of James and Ann Ashworth, of 18, Talbot Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Church Institute (1905). Enlisted August 1914. Formerly Gunner 1307, Royal Field Artillery.
Son of Thomas and Sarah Bailey, of 18, Auburn Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Died in a base hospital in France of pneumonia.
Son of George Edward and and the late Sarah Bardsley, of 91, Grasmere Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Middle of three brothers, the other two both wounded. Formerly a locomotive fireman with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company. Killed at the same time as his friend Gunner Robert McEvoy.
Son of James and Eliza Barrett, of 79, Blackbank Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1915.
Son of Charles Frederick and Kathleen Bates, of 2, Canning Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Gertrude Louisa Bates, of 65, Crumpsall Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 3, Blackbank Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed as a conductor on the Bolton Corporation Tramways. Enlisted April 1915.
Son of James and Martha Ann Battersby, of 24, Hamilton Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at the Stationary Hospital, Rouen, France.
Son of James and Eliza Baybutt, of 10, Peveril Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire.
Youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bewick, of 83, Esckrick Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Frances A. Bewick (nee Paddock), of 564, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 8, Hastings Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Sergeant.
Husband of Mrs. Boardman, of 104, Eldon Street, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire. Previously served in Egypt and Gallipoli.
Husband of Lilly Boon, of 60, Bull Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Death registered at Colchester, Essex. Also commemorated on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial, Surrey.
Son of John and Margaret Brandwood, of 2, Cambridge Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire. Resided at 12, Wardle Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Police Constable 42 of the Bolton County Borough Police since 15/04/1909 before enlisting for military service. (Bolton Archives: ABJ/22/165). Promoted Corporal 25/05/1917. A brother, Jack, served in France.
Son of Thomas Henry Briercliffe and Sarah Louise (nee Benson), his wife, of Wheatfield, Radcliffe Road, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 2, Bowkers Row, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1897-1905). Commissioned September 1915.
Son of John William and Mary Briggs, of 23, Cox Green Road, Dunscar, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915.
Son of Mary Brooks, of 54, Moorfield Grove, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Walter Brooks. Formerly employed in the boot and shoe department of the Bolton Co-Operative Society.
Son of Charles Anelay Brown and Annie Brown, of 243, Dill Hall Lane, Church, Lancashire.
Son of Alice Brownlow, of 15, Battenberg Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late William Brownlow, and formerly of 87, Oxford Grove, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Oxford Grove Council School and Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Died from enteric fever at No.15 Stationary Hospital, Mudros.