Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of 52, Bullock Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Gertrude Ellen Williams (formerly Hill), of 18, Cellini Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1916. Duplicate entry as incorrectly recorded as 7th Bn. in the Bolton County Borough Roll of Honour.
Son of Mr. Timothy and Mrs. Idle (stepmother), of 12, James Terrace, Blackburn Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed by a Bristol to London express train whilst on railway guarding duty at Rodbourne, near Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
Only son of Christopher and Ann Jessop, of 39, Darbishire Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Albert and Rachel Jones, of 27, Law Street, Brownlow Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted June 1915.
Son of Thomas and Rebecca Laughna, of 421, Wigan Road, Deane, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded in the back in an accident on 16/06/1916.
Son of Mr. Lee, of 70, Keswick Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 72, Grasmere Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted August 1915. Formerly 482, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died from pneumonia at Rouen.
Son of Elizabeth F. Norris (formerly Lever), of 2, Leicester Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Robert Lever, registrar of Astley Bridge. Formerly of 42, Pleasant Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Lockton, of 140, Bury Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Previously gassed and hospitalised at a Sheffield hospital.
Husband of Lily Loveday, of 13, Kendal Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly an electric meter inspector for the Bolton Corporation. Enlisted November 1915, “Group System” and called up June 1916. Shot in the knee and bled to death before assistance could reach him.
Reported in BJ&G as Pte. C. S. Lowe.
Son of Mrs. McCann, of 5, Spring Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of James and Elizabeth Morris, of 53, Park Street, Wellington, Shropshire; husband of Edith Morris, of 8, Buckthorpe Street, Manchester Road, Bolton, Lancashire.
Only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison, of 334, St. Helens Road, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire, and later of Linwood, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Enlisted September 1914. Killed while rescuing a wounded comrade.
Husband of Eleanor Naylor, of the Albion Hotel, 28, Moor Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded on 01/07/1916, and returning after recovery was killed by machine-gun fire.
Son of William and Eliza Ann Norris, of 11, Packer Street, Halliwell Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded June 1916 in the hand. Killed after leaving the trenches wounded on a stretcher, when a shell burst and killed him and the stretcher bearers conveying him to the dressing station.
Son of Mr. J. Riding, of 67, Hibbert Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Jessie Riding, of 16, Newton Street, Bolton, Lancashire; father of George Riding, of 23, Newton Street, Halliwell Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Acting Sergeant Major. Surname reported as RIDINGS in BJ&G.
Son of Mrs. M. Sefton, of 41, Clarendon Street, Bolton, Lancashire, formerly of 15, Carter Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Nicholas and Augusta Shortle, of 21, Shipton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 87162, King’s Liverpool Regiment. Died at a casualty clearning station of wounds.
Son of Thomas and Ann Smith; husband of Rachel Smith, of 44, Ainscow Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Eligh and Mary Tattersall; husband of Mary Elizabeth Tattersall, of 126, Queensgate, Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade who also served in the South African War. Home service only. Died at the military hospital in Curragh, Ireland.