Son of Rev. Charles William Andrews and Ellen Andrews, of 11, Mortimer Road, Ealing, London. Old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1902-1907).
Andrews, Robert Freeman –
Eldest son of Rev. Charles William and Ellen Andrews, of 11, Mortimer Road, Ealing, London. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1902-1903 & 1906-1907). Enlisted Private Y/207, 14th Bn., King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Promoted Lance Corporal. Commissioned 29/12/1914. A Wesleyan Minister.
Aspin, George –
Son of Mrs. Aspin, of 16, Apple Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery on 30/12/1915 in grave NC. III. K1. 56.
Bleackley, William –
Son of Thomas and Alice Beackley, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ellen Bleackley, of 70, Lonsdale Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 16438, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Clarke, John Roger –
Husband of Mary Hannah Clarke, of 3, Green’s Court, Chorley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly 24223, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Entwistle, Edward Cuerdale –
Husband of Alice Maud Entwistle, of 20, Sylvester Street, School Hill, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915.
Fearnley, William –
Greenhalgh, Robert –
Harrison, Thomas Herbert –
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, of 19, Pedder Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915. Formerly 18478, South Lancashire Regiment.
Hutchinson, William Edward (Billy) –
Son of Peter and Martha Hutchinson, of 315, Ainsworth Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Church Institute and Ridgways Endowed School. Formerly employed on the clerical staff of the Bolton County Court. Enlisted March 1915. Formerly Private 6440, Army Pay Corps.
Lightbown, James –
Son of Walter and Esther Lightbown, of 119, Stoneclough Road, Stoneclough, Lancashire. Musketry Instructor.
Myerscough, George –
Husband of Elizabeth Colgan (formerly Myerscough), of 21, Hardy Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 26, Livingstone Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Served in the South African Campaign and completed fifteen years service with the Colours in January 1915. Suffered a shot wound in the ankle.