Ainsworth, Joseph William –

Son of John Thomas and Mary Ellen Ainsworth, of 84, Elgin Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Baptised 29/12/1895 Bolton (St. Peter) Parish Church.

Ainsworth, Lewis Charles –

Son of Thomas and M. A. Ainsworth, of 71, Crumpsall Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 15, Sutcliffe Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Samuel –

Son of Samuel Ainsworth, of 129, Lawn Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Elsie Howe (formerly Ainsworth), of 7, Cardwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 88, Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported missing since 11/05/1917, and subsequently presumed killed.

Ainsworth, Tom –

Son of John Thomas and Mary Ellen Ainsworth, of 84, Elgin Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, William –

Son of Henry and Sarah Ann Ainsworth (nee Hurst), of 21, Old Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1915. Formerly Private 62780, 1st/6th Bn., Welsh Regiment.

Ainsworth, William –

Son of Priscilla Ainsworth, of 4, Chapel Street, Belmont, Lancashire. Formerly Private 7914, 4th/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Ainsworth, William –

Son of the late Mrs. Ainsworth, of Marylands, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Bertha A. Ainsworth, of 1, Stanley Road, Hastings, Sussex, and formerly of Oakfield, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1888-1889).

Ainsworth, Ernest –

Son of John William and Annie Ainsworth, of 186, Deane Church Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company as a clerk at Moses Gate. His brother Albert served in Salonika.

Ainsworth, Gerald –

Third son of the late Joseph and Alice Ann Ainsworth, of Spring Bank, Edgworth, Turton, Lancashire; husband of Anna Margaret Ainsworth (nee Hutchinson), of The Grange, Westborough, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Airey, Herbert –

Son of Thomas Henry and Emily Airey (nee Carter), of 85, Eskrick Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Bertha Airey (nee Williams), of 7, Howarth Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 41, Bullock Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1915.

Airey, John Barron (Jack) –

Son of Emma Rosina Jackson (formerly Airey), of 64, Hall Lane, Farnworth, Lancashire, and the late John Reginald Airey. Formerly in the Cavalry and later Private 19101, Leicestershire Regiment. Died in a casualty clearing station in France from wounds received on 17/04/1918.

Alcock, George Alfred –

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.

Aldred, William Boyes –

Eldest son of Joseph and Elizabeth Aldred, of 151, Bury Old Road, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire. Commissioned March 1918, Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. Seriously wounded 07/09/1918 and died of wounds at hospital at Rouen.

Allan, John Stewart (Jack) –

Son of Thomas S. and Mary A. Allan, of 35, Moorfield Grove, Tonge Moore, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted as Private 20333 at Rhyl, Flintshire 05/02/1915 in the 15th Bn., Welsh Regiment, and discharged 25/05/1915 as not likely to make an efficient soldier. Subsequently re-enlisted in the East Lancashire Regiment. Posted missing since 07/07/1916 and subsequently presumed killed. An elder brother served in France and a younger brother in Mesopotamia.

Allen, Albert –

Son of Elizabeth Alice Allen, of 9, Cyril Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915, “Group System”.

Allen, John (Jack) –

Husband of Mrs. Allen, of Merehall Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Joined up January 1916. Formerly 3794, 5th Bn., Seaforth Highlanders.

Allen, Samuel –

Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Allen; husband of Elsie Allen, of 56, Charles Rupert Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Allen, Thomas –

Husband of Matilda Allen (nee Slater), of 5, Milner Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Called up March 1917. Posted missing since 30/11/1917 and subsequently presumed killed. Brother-in-Law William Slater served in France.