Alderson, Reginald –

Youngest son of the Rev. H. E. Alderson, of Hope Vicarage, Pendleton, Lancashire, and formerly of Peel Vicarage, Little Hulton, Lancashire.

Binns, William –

Son of William and Florence Binns; husband of Elizabeth H. F. Binns, of 249, Broadfield Road, Moss Side, Lancashire.

Coulton, Aubrey Ewan –

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 Bn., Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

Cross, Arthur Bertram –

Husband of Mrs. A. G. Cross, of 10, Quarry Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Formerly 4533, East Surrey Regiment.

Dobson, Tom –

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.

Dunlop, John –

Son of Mrs. G. Dunlop, of 7, Grange Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Harrison, Frank –

Son of Edwin and Margaret Harrison, of 36, Park Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Holmes, Harold –

Son of James and Helen Holmes, of 11, Gloucester Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Hopewell, Bertram –

Son of Christopher M. and Eleanor Hopewell, of 10, Grange Road, St. Anne’s-on-the-Sea, Lancashire. His brother Charles Hopewell also fell. Formerly 5046, Royal Fusiliers.

Hopewell, Charles –

Son of Christopher M. and Eleanor Hopewell, of Pendleton, Lancashire; husband of Fanny Eliza Hopewell, of 61, Snowdon Road, Eccles, Lancashire. Attached 64th Trench Mortar Battery. His brother Bertram Hopewell also fell.

Humphreys, Arthur Cecil –

Son of Lieutenant Colonel W. Humphreys, O.B.E., V.D. (7th Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers) and Mrs. Alice Humphreys, of Lyndhurst, Eccles, Lancashire.

Kay, Harold –

Son of Thomas and Alice Taylor Kay, of 13, Park Road, Eccles Old Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Law, Andrew Vernon –

Son of James Law, of 32, Winchester Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly Manchester Regiment. Formerly Royal Field Artillery. Developed anaemia following dysentery and enteric fever whilst on active service.