Atherton, James –

Son of James and Mary Atherton, of 41, Kearsley Street, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire, and formerly of 74, Wigan Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Crooks, Robert –

Son of James and Elizabeth Crooks, of 147, Hindley Road, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Recorded as surname CROOK in local newspapers.

Fairhurst, William James –

Son of Joseph and Sarah Fairhurst, of 328, Wigan Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly 15337, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Had his right leg blown off through the accidental bursting of a shell on 21/10/1916, and died at the 13th General Hospital, Boulogne.

France, William –

Son of William and Betsy France, of 35, Park Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Glennerster, Wright –

Son of Frederick William and Margaret Glennerster, of 2, The Avenue, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly of Rownthorne Farm, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. He died to save 5 companions during a bombardment.

Hardman, Robert –

Of 935, Atherton Road, Hindley Green, Lancashire. Formerly 4916, Royal Field Artillery. Previous service in the South African Campaign (Queen’s Medal with 5 bars; King’s Medal with 2 bars).

Harrison, John –

Son of John and Hannah Harrison, of Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire; brother of Mrs. Sidney Boulton, of 333, Manchester Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire with whom he resided. Wounded in France by gunshot through ankle about 02/08/1916, died from gas gangrene at the County of London War Hospital at Epsom, Surrey.

Lunn, David –

Son of David and Grace Ann Lunn, of 55, Kearsley Street, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Smith, Wright –

Son of Wright and Elizabeth Smith, of 45, Kearsley Street, Daisy Hill, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Reported missing since 15/11/1916 and subsequently presumed killed.

Turner, Peter –

Husband of Mrs. Turner, of 12, George Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Received bayonet wounds to the thigh and wrist in a night attack on the trenches near Ypres where he was taken prisoner, and died at hospital in Germany from general sepsis and inflammation of the lungs.