Son of Matthew and Margaret Hilton, of Bolton, Lancashire. Confectionery shopkeeper of 3, St. Helens Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly of 45, Wynne Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Enlisted June 1915. Served at the Wharnecliffe Military Hospital, and a time in Sicily. Killed instantaneously by a shell while attending wounded at a dressing station.
Hobson, John Alfred –
Son of M. and Mrs. Hobson, of 90, Elgin Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Frances Hobson, of 13, Roseberry Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Bolton Cooperative Society. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly Private, Public Schools Bn., Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned 26/09/1916
Hooton, William –
Eldest son of William and Elizabeth E. Hooton, of 276, Willows Lane, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire.
Johnson, James –
Son of Jenny Johnson, of 92, Georgina Street, St. Helens Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Peter Johnson. Formerly of 47, Sloane Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Lee, John –
Brother of Mr. Walter Lee, of 57, Preston Street, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. Of 38, Gilnow Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 4903 and 609096, 2nd/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Also recorded as Private 242297, Labour Corps.
Longworth, John –
Second son of Adam and Margaret Alice Longworth, of 104, Brandwood Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Meades, Victor –
Meads, Victor –
Son of Mary Gilford Meads, and brother of Dorothy Meads, of 57, Rosamond Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Previous territorial service as Gunner 1446, in the 3rd East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, enlisted 06/01/1915 at Bolton and discharged 25/06/1915. Re-enlisted in Loyal North Lancashire Regiment and discharged due to valvular disease of the heart. Died in Bolton aged 20 years on 16/11/1916 and interred in Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery on 18/11/1916
Olive, John –
Son of James and Mary E. Olive, of 13, Venice Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Home Service only. Killed near Southport when thrown from his horse.
Patrick, John Henry –
Son of William H. and Kathleen Patrick, of 5, High View Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1917. Killed by a sniper.
Reddyhough, Alfred –
Son of James Henry and Mary Ellen Reddyhough, of 9, Glade Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly employed at the Bolton Corporation’s Spa Road Electricity works. Machine Gunner, recommended for commision in April 1916. Reported as wounded and missing 01/07/1916.
Richardson, Charles Ernest –
Son of Tom and Alice Richardson, of 64, Essingdon Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 20, Essingdon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed by a gunshot wound to the head.
Taylor, Harry –
Taylor, William John –
Son of John and Lavinia V. Taylor, of 393, Derby Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Blodwen Taylor (nee Parry), of 72, Pennington Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Died of heatstroke.
Topping, Eric –
Son of John Cardwell Topping and Mary Jane Topping, of 73, Hawthorne Road, Deane, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly Private, Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned October 1916.
Worthington, Alfred –
Son of Zebulon and Sarah Ann Worthington, of 9, Alice Street, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 4037, 3rd/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Killed near Armentieres, France.
Young, Harry –
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Young, of 19, Gordon Avenue, Bolton, Lancashire.