Son of James Nuttall Agnew and Doris Agnew, of Whitefield, Lancashire.
Son of Daniel and Mary Ainsworth (stepmother), of 11, Alice Street, Little Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly of Church Street, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly 2958, Training Reserve Battalion.
Of 7, Horrocks Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire, was a builder’s labourer who joined up aged 31. Discharged 28 May 1919, and awarded a small pension due to GSW (left arm). His brother John was Killed in Action in France. He was interred in Swinton Unitarian Chapelyard but recently reinterred in Swinton Cemetery.
Of Cheetham Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly 6072, Middlesex Regiment.
Son of James Berry, of 81, Cheetham Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly 5031, Training Reserve Battalion.
Formerly 5491 / 301901, Manchester Regiment. Originally interred in Swinton Unitarian Chapelyard (now demolished), reinterred at Swinton Cemetery. Recorded as William Lomax Blears on SDGW.
Of 104, Folly Lane, Swinton, Lancashire.
Husband of Sarah Ann Collier, of 41, Mount Street, Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of William and Fanny Lee, of Clifton, Lancashire. Recorded as Royal Artillery on ‘Army WW2 Roll of Honour.’
Son of Joseph and Ann Longworth, of 37, Mount Street, Swinton, Lancashire.
Husband of Harriet Eva Mason, of I, Princess Street, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerly 32379, Border Regiment.
Son of Luke and Immin Smith, of 42, Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire.
Son of William and Lois Wardleworth, of 19, Piako Road, Hamilton, New Zealand. Native of Swinton, Lancashire, England.