Alderson, George –

Son of John Ralph and Hannah Wright Alderson, of 75, Stafford Road, Swinton, Lancashire, and formerly of Wardley Lane, Worsley, Lancashire. Served in France.

Andrew, John Thomas –

Son of Elias and Lois Andrew, of 312, Manchester Road, Walkden, Lancashire, and formerly of 2, Blantyre Avenue, Walkden, Lancashire. Service number incorrectly recorded as G/1017 on CWGC. Z/1017 confirmed against Medal Card.

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.

Cook, Hugh –

Son of William and Louisa Wolsey Cook, of 513, Booths Hall, Boothstown, Lancashire. Formerly of 10, Bridgewater Road, Walkden, Lancashire.

Edwards, Thomas –

Son of Thomas and Susannah Edwards, of 184a, Bolton Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1917. Died at the No.83 General Hospital, Boulogne, from gunshot wounds to the head and left foot.

Harper, Rennie –

Son of Mr. Harper, of Booth End Farm, Boothstown, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Formerly GS/6266, 7th Bn., Dragoon Guards. Commissioned 1918.

Hindley, Thomas –

Son of John and Jane Hindley, of 47, Vicars Hall Lane, Boothstown, Lancashire.

Knowles, Frank –

Son of Amelia Knowles, of 128, Vicars Hall Lane, Boothstown, Lancashire, and the late Tom Knowles.

Markland, Frank –

Son of William and Mary Markland, of 53, Leigh Road, Boothstown, Lancashire.

McWilliams, Isaac Ernest –

Son of James and Emily McWilliams; husband of Elizabeth McWilliams, of 9, Birch Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Formerly 266317, Royal Sussex Regiment.

Prescott, Fred Simkin –

Only son of Albert Edward and Alice Prescott, of Beech Mount, Boothstown, Lancashire. Enlisted 1914.

Ratcliffe, Arthur –

Son of Mary Elizabeth Ratcliffe, of 52, Vicars Hall Lane, Boothstown, Lancashire. Possible death in the April to June Quarter of 1918 in the Barton-on-Irwell registration district, aged 22.

Smith, Joseph –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Providence Street, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Saw service in the Dardanelles, Salonika, and Egypt. Killed in France by a piece of shell which struck him on the head.

Taylor, Benjamin –

Son of Elijah and Margaret Ann Taylor, of 92, Vicars Hall Lane, Boothstown, Lancashire. Reported missing and subsequently presumed killed.