Avison, Joseph –

Husband of Margaret Alice Avison (nee Baker), of 17, Walter Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died 27/10/1915 at 65, Oak Street, Bolton, Lancashire and interred in Bolton (Tonge) Cemetery 01/11/1915.

Avison, Thomas –

Husband of Mrs. Avison, of 41, Walter Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Served at Gallipoli. Wounded September 1916.

Beresford, James –

Son of Mr. Beresford, of 2, Ward’s Court, Folds Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Mrs. Beresford. Formerly worked for the Horwich Loco Works. Wounded 26/05/1915 by gunshot in the body. His widowed father served in the Lancashire Fusiliers.

Blundell, John –

Son of Mrs. Blundell, of 13, Caldwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted June 1915. Died from an abscess on the brain.

Brownson, Thomas –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Brownson, of 32, Luton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Served in the Dardanelles campaign. Reported missing since 12/10/1916 and subsequently presumed killed.

Carey, Alfred –

Son of John Thomas and Maria Carey (nee Heaviside), of 17, All Saints Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Received a penetrating gunshot wound to the head at Gallipoli, and transferred “dangerously ill” to hospital at Alexandria, Egypt.

Casement, Charles Edward –

Son of ex-Bandmaster John Casement and Matilda Kate Casement (nee Rose), of 58, MacKenzie Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 65, Crumpsall Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at Sea aboard hospital ship. Reported as E Casement in local newspapers.

Clark, George Edwin –

Resided in Bolton at 14, Bristol Avenue, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire. Husband of Lily Clark (nee Trousdale), of 59, Banner Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire. Was a Scoutmaster of the 3rd Bolton Scout Troop. Enlisted November 1914. Surname spelled CLARKE in local newspapers.

Dawson, Albert Robert –

Son of Robert and Mary Ellen Dawson (nee Wash); husband of Annie Dawson (nee Roylance) in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Relatives resided in Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire.

Griffiths (Williams), Edward (John Edward) –

NOTE:- Served as John Edward WILLIAMS. Son of Mrs. Griffiths (formerly Williams), of 23, Beechwood Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Worked for the London and North Western Railway Company as a Fireman at Plodder Lane. Enlisted January 1915. His brother George served in the Royal Field Artillery and his father served as a guard at Knockaloe prisoner of war camp. Died at No.21 Casualty Clearing Station, Somme, France.

Grimshaw, Albert –

Son of the late James and Elizabeth Grimshaw, of 47, Lupton Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Horrobin, Walter –

Son of Nancy Horrobin, of 33, Kirk Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Walter Henry Horrobin. Enlisted February 1916. Wounded 23/09/1918 and died the following day.

Iliff, Henry (Harry) –

Son of Henry and Lucy Iliff, of 27, John Alfred Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 2nd/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds to the left thigh and chest received 12/02/1916.

Jackson, Harold –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of 119, Vernon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 21/10/1916 and died the following day.

Kelly, John –

Son of Private Thomas Kelly, of 2nd/5th Bn., King’s Liverpool Regiment, and Mary Alice Kelly, of 88, Mason Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 55, Noble Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported missing since the battle of Loos and subsequently presumed killed. His brother Thomas of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers was a survivor of the Royal Edward.

Kirkman, John –

Son of Frederick and Elizabeth Kirkman; husband of Alice Kirkman, of 24, Cellini Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 2792, 1st/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Received rifle grenade wounds in the neck and arm on 28/07/1915.