Calverley, William –

Son of James and Ada Calverley, of Spring Lawn Cottage, Chorley New Road, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 4, Primrose Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Born at Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed instantly by the explosion of a concealed enemy mine whilst obtaining water.

Connell, Thomas –

Of New Lane, Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported as Thomas O’CONNELL in BJ&G, but as CONNELL in all military records.

Fallows, Edward –

A butcher and councillor, and husband of Mary Alice Fallows, of Prospect House, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Served in East Africa.

Foster, William –

Son of Robert and Martha Foster, of 70, Yates Street, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 57, Cross Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Enlisted August 1915. Died at the Fulham Military Hospital, Hampstead, London.

Green, Victor Collins –

Son of the late Joseph Collins, orphaned when only five years old, he was taken out of the Fishpool Institution by Mr. Samuel Scowcroft, of Higher Barn Farm, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Driver, Royal Field Artillery.

Greenhalgh, Alfred –

Son of James and Mary Greenhalgh, of Ladygate, Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.

Grundy, Thomas Albert –

Husband of Mrs. Grundy, of 133, Stone Lane, Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Reported as I Grundy in BC.

Holt, James Henry –

Son of Samuel and Susannah Holt, of 2, Lower Fold, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Home Service Only.

Kirkman, John –

Son of Arthur and Hannah Kirkman, of 303, Church Lane, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Formerly 3330, 4th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Home service only. Discharged due to Chronic Nephritis. Recorded as 3330 on CWGC.

Lyon, Bertram –

Son of Henry and Ellen Lyon, of 3, Bottom-o’th’-Moor, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire, and formerly of 117, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported as H. LYONS in BJ&G.

Monks, Charles Phethean –

Only son of the late John Phethean Monks, C.C., solicitor and clerk to Worsley District Council, and of Fanny Moiser Monks, of 35, Bolton Road, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire. An Old Boy of Farnworth Grammar School.

Murphy, Geoffrey Franklin –

Eldest son of Charles Franklin Murphy and Mary Murphy, of Lloyd Bank House, Morpeth, Northumberland, and late of Bolton, Lancashire. Killed north east of Saint Jean.

Oddie, William –

Son of Mrs. Oddie, of 7, Hardy Mill, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Killed when buried by the bursting of a German shell on the trench parapet.

Payne, Wilfred –

Son of David W. and Mary Ann Payne, of 505, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915.

Ramsden, Joseph –

Son of Joseph and Sarah Ann Ramsden, of 48, Tottington Road, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire.

Ramsden, Ashworth –

Third son of Richard and Mary Ramsden, of 70, Eldon Street, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of Harwood, Lancashire.

Rogerson, Henry –

Son of John H. and Esther Rogerson, of 541, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Bolton Corporation. Enlisted April 1915. Fatally hit by shrapnel during a retirement.

Scowcroft, Harold –

Son of John and Alice Scowcroft, of 9, Davenport Fold, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915. Originally reported missing, and subsequently presumed killed.

Scowcroft, Henry (Harry) –

Son of Mrs. Scowcroft, of Hey Head Cottage, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire; brother of Mrs. Samuel Scowcroft, of Higher Barn Farm, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.