Son of Rev. Charles William Andrews and Ellen Andrews, of 11, Mortimer Road, Ealing, London. Old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1902-1907).
Only son of the late Rev. Percy Andrews and Matilda Frances Andrews (nee Clarke); husband of Charlotte Jane Andrews (nee Gray), of Cricket Field Cottage, Harrow-on-the-Hill. Former master at Bolton Grammar School. Formerly School Master of Hipperholme Grammar School, Halifax, Yorkshire. M.A. Oxon. (Oriel College).
Only son of Major John Booth, V.D., J.P. and Mary Agnes Booth (nee Taylor), of Turton, Lancashire; husband of Elsie Mary Booth (nee Monk), of Horrobin Fold, Turton, Lancashire. Brother of Mrs. M. Robinson, of Coedmor, Aberoch, Pwllheli, Caernarvonshire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1895-1899). Formerly 4th Bn., East Lancashire Regiment. Died at the Cottonera Military Hospital, Malta. His son, Robert Arthur Booth, died in 1943 while serving as a Lieutenant in the Middlesex Regiment.
Son of Edward Ridgway Bridson and Amy Ridgway Bridson, of 5, St. Margaret’s Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire. An Old Boy of Bolton Grammar School. Attached 8th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Son of William Isherwood Bromiley, M.I.Mech. E., and of Mary Bromiley, of “Beech Hurst”, 194, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1904). Enlisted May 1915. Killed when the Italian vessel Citta de Palermo struck a mine and sank in the Mediterranean.
Son of Herbert Crossland. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1908-1910). Enlisted September 1914. Reported missing since 20/07/1916 and subsequently presumed killed.
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, County Dublin, Ireland. Captained T.C.D. Cricket XI. Mile and quarter-mile champion of Ireland. Gazetted 3rd Royal Irish Regiment., October 1914. Formerly a master at Bolton Grammar School. Attached 1st Bn., Royal Irish Regiment.
Son of Esther Ann Fielding, of 148, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Councillor Matthew Fielding, solicitor and former Mayor of Bolton. Formerly of 197, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Church Institute and the Bolton Grammar School (1899-1900). Died of pneumonia at the Military Hospital, Le Havre. Reported as HARRY / HENRY in BJ&G.
Second son of Joseph and Selina Foy (nee Holding), of 5, Berkley Avenue, Levenshulme, Lancashire, formerly of Heatherlands, Chorley New Road, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ethel Elizabeth Foy (nee Smith), of “Six Bells”, Perry Street, Gravesend, Kent and late of Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1902-1903). Enlisted September 1914.
Son of William and Sarah Jane Gornall, of “Brookfield”, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1905-1910). Formerly Sapper, Royal Engineers. Listed as missing since 27/03/1918 and subsequently presumed killed.
Son of John and Sarah Ellen Lever, of 7, Cannon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1909-1912). Previously worked for the London and North Western Railway Company as a Clerk at Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Emmanuel Church and School. Killed by gunshot to the head.
Only son of Mr. Robert Marsden, of the Cross Guns, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. J. M. Marsden, of 120, Gibraltar Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School. Enlisted November 1914. Sometimes recorded as Harold Edward Marsden.
Son of Mr. David Reekie, headmaster of Oxford Grove Council School, and of Avonmore, 185, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1899-1906). Formerly a Sergeant in the Canadian Gordon Highlanders, but gave up his stripes to get to the Front sooner. Died of wounds (gun shot back, thighs and arms) at No.16 General Hospital, Le Treport.
Eldest son of the late James Martin Rutter, former Borough Coroner for Bolton, and Mary Rutter. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School. Formerly 3353, 1st/6th Bn., Manchester Regiment. Attached 22nd Bn.. Reported missing in France since 02/09/1916 and subsequently presumed killed.
Son of Thomas and Ann (known as Nancy) Singleton, of Bradshawgate, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Annie Margaret Singleton (nee Jones), of 68, Hilden Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 70, Eustace Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An Old Boy of Bolton Grammar School (1872). Enlisted 26/11/1914 at Bolton as Private S/4/035529, Royal Army Service Corps, and discharged 16/12/1914 as not likely to become an efficient soldier. Reenlisted January 1915 in Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Died at sea in the Dardanelles from enteric fever / dysentery.
Second son of Robert and Agnes Livingstone Smith, of 77, Davenport Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School and Bolton Grammar School (1902-1904). Commissioned November 1915 following membership of the Officer Training Corps at Victoria University, Manchester. Attached 15th Bn. Reported as missing since 16/07/1916 and subsequently presumed killed on that date. Two brothers also served.
Son of Frank and Annie Stonehill, of 14, Chislehurst Avenue, Blackpool, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1909-1912).
Son of the late James Teare Tatlow and Martha Tatlow (nee Hughes), of Ravenstone, 9, Lightburn Avenue, Bolton, Lancashire. Listed as Barry Tatlow on Rivington and Blackrod Grammar School WWI Roll of Honour, and also an old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1906-1908). Formerly employed at Hunt’s Bank, Manchester, as a clerk in the traffic department of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Enlisted September 1914.
Only son of Mr. Thomas Taylor, M.P. and Mary Ellen Taylor, of Tudor House, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Edith Helen Taylor, of Tivoli House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Formerly of 5, Greenmount Lane, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. An Old Boy of Bolton Grammar School (1886-1891). Enlisted / Commissioned September 1914. Interred 15/10/1915.
Second son of Councillor Doctor Thornley and Mrs. Thornley, of 293, Halliwell Road, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Thornley (nee Bond). Of Cardiff, Glamorganshire. An Old Boy of Bolton Grammar School (1898). A doctor. Formerly 10th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died of septicaemia.