Son of the Rev. H. E. Alderson, of Hope Vicarage, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of William and Florence Binns; husband of Elizabeth H. F. Binns, of 249, Broadfield Road, Moss Side, Lancashire. Native of Manchester, Lancashire.
Husband of Mrs. A. Burrough, of 33, Hayfield Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. R. C. Coulton, of Pentney, Swaffham, Norfolk; husband of Mrs. K. A. C. Latham (formerly Coulton), of Weaste Hall, Salford, Lancashire. Attached 2nd/6th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
Husband of Mrs. A. G. Cross, of 10, Quarry Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Formerly 4533, East Surrey Regiment.
Son of James Bramwell Dobson and Emma Dobson; husband of Clara Dobson, of School House, Shenton, Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Native of Preston, Lancashire. Of 25, Graham Street, Salford, Lancashire. Christ Church. Worked for Salford Corporation Education Department.
Son of Mrs. G. Dunlop, of 7, Grange Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of Edwin and Margaret Harrison, of 36, Park Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Brother of Sam Hill, of 5, Wychbury Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of James and Helen Holmes, of 11, Gloucester Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Native of Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Christopher M. and Eleanor Hopewell, of 10, Grange Road, St. Anne’s-on-the-Sea, Lancashire Native of Pendleton, Lancashire. His brother Charles Hopewell also fell. Formerly 5046, Royal Fusiliers.
Son of Christopher M. and Eleanor Hopewell, of Pendleton, Lancashire; husband of Fanny Eliza Hopewell, of 61, Snowdon Road, Eccles, Lancashire. His brother Bertram Hopewell also fell. Attached 64th Trench Mortar Battery.
Son of Lieutenant Colonel W. Humphreys, O.B.E., V.D. (7th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers) and Mrs. Alice Humphreys, of Lyndhurst, Eccles, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Alice Taylor Kay, of 13, Park Road, Eccles Old Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of James Law, of 32, Winchester Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly Manchester Regiment. Formerly Royal Field Artillery. Discharged as no longer physically fit for war service 23 November 1917. Developed anaemia following dysentery and enteric fever whilst on active service.
Son of Joseph Farran and Alice Elizabeth Leech, of Manchester, Lancashire.