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.
Son of Joseph and Harriet Cooper, of 93, Chorley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 3042, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Killed by shell fire.
Youngest son of Counc. William Cooper, J.P., and Martha Cooper, of “Greystone”, Seymour Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted August 1914.
Son of John and Sarah Cotton, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Edith Cotton, of 19, Mortfield Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Died form a bullet wound in the chest received 07/06/1917.
Son of Mr. And Mrs. Cotton, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ellen Annie Cotton, of 325, Hulton Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly of 112, Hadfield Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.
Youngest son of Mark Dunion, former Police Sergeant at Horwich, and also of the Bolton Borough Police, and the late Agnes Dunion, of 9, Bute Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly of 19, Grafton Street, Bolton. Formerly employed by the BJ&G.
Son of Betsy E. Gregory, of 53, Rawson Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Gabriel Gregory. Wounded on 02/12/1915 and died at No.8 Casualty Clearing Station.
Fifth son of George and Mrs. Heaton, of 69, Chorley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Second of five soldier sons to fall.
Son of Joseph and Alice A. Jackson, of 49, Ainscow Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Elder brother Peter serving in the Navy.
Son of David and Emma Mitchell, of 18, Malvern Avenue, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 50086, 12th Bn. and 30649, 8th Bn., East Lancashire Regiment.
Of 26, Vermont Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted into the Cumberland and Westmorland Yeomanry in February 1917. Died from wounds received accidentally.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Partington, of 27, Avenue Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Younger brother serving in France with the Royal Field Artillery. Claremont Baptist Church and Gaskell Street School.
Youngest son of Joseph and Ann Shurmer, of 36, Kent Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
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.
Son of Elizabeth Wadeson, of The Lilacs, 36, Cope Bank, Smithills, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late William John Wadeson, and formerly of Nuttall House, Merehall Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly a painter for the Bolton Corporation. Reported missing since 30/07/1916 and subsequently presumed to have died on that date.
Son of Mrs. Worsley, of 21, Avenue Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Worked for the London and North Western Railway Company as a Checker at Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted in November 1915 under the “Group System”. Reported to have been buried by the Germans on a farm south of Templeux le Guerard.