Aldred, Wilfred –

Son of Thomas Aldred, of Boothstown, Lancashire, and the late Alice Aldred; husband of Mabel Aldred, of 29, Leigh Road, Boothstown, Lancashire. Formerly 54299, Welsh Regiment.

Allen, Frank Bernard –

Son of Albert and Elizabeth Ann Allen, of 78, Park Street, Peel Green, Patricroft, Lancashire.

Amos, John –

Of 10, Lower New Row, Tyldesley, Lancashire. Formerly 5341, Lancashire Fusiliers. Posted missing since 21/03/1918 and subsequently presumed killed.

Barnes, Ross –

Son of Frederick William and Sarah Ellen Barnes, of 7, Brampton Street, Atherton, Lancashire.

Bebbington, Samuel –

Son of Herbert Henry and Susannah Bebbington, of 352, Manchester Road, Linnyshaw, Walkden, Lancashire.

Beer, Thomas Redford –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beer, of 5a, Manchester Road, Walkden, Lancashire; brother of Alfred H. Beer, of 21, Manchester Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted December 1915. Died at 11th Casualty Clearing Station having been gassed.

Berry, Walter –

Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Berry, of Worsley, Lancashire; husband of Mary Alice Berry, of 51, Frances Street, Cheadle, Cheshire.

Blackshaw, Arthur –

Husband of Annie Blackshaw, of 20, Lyon Street, Roe Green, Worsley, Lancashire, and formerly of 4, Charles Holden Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Police Constable 106 in the Bolton Borough Police Force prior to enlistment. Birthplace recorded as Cheshire in Police Record. (Bolton Archives: ABJ/22/181). On the Roll of Honour of The Saviour’s Church, Bolton.

Bradshaw, Frederick –

Son of Thomas and Fanny Bradshaw, of 176, Leigh Road, Boothstown, Lancashire. Worked for Salford Corporation Tramways Department. Killed in an accident whilst flying ‘near a north-eastern town’.

Brooksbank, Frederick George –

Second son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooksbank, of 8, Mabel Avenue, Worsley, Lancashire, formerly of 40, Folly Lane, Swinton, Lancashire.

Brown, Harold Victor –

Eldest son of Mrs. Matts, of 286, Walkden Road, Worsley, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1915. Formerly 7318 / 243060, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded in the head, abdomen, and legs by shrapnel.

Bryan, Thomas –

Husband of Mrs. E. Daly (formerly Bryan), of 3, Dingle Fold, Astley, Lancashire.

Campbell, Angus –

Of 2, Canal Bank, Worsley, Lancashire. Previous service as 1804 in same Regiment.

Carr, Percy –

Son of Edward and Sarah Carr, of 277, Walkden Road, Worsley, Lancashire. Formerly Royal Fusiliers.

Carrick, Michael –

Of 36, Coupe Brow, Boothstown, Lancashire. Killed whilst wiring in front of the support line.

Carter, Bertram –

Son of Richard and Mary Ellen Carter, of King William Street, Winton, Eccles, Lancashire.

Chadwick, Frank James –

Only son of John Thomas and Sarah Ellen Chadwick, of 18, Alder Forrest, Worsley, Lancashire. Enlisted June 1915. Wounded on 29/03/1918 and died at 4th General Hospital, France.