Miller, William –

Son of William and Nancy Alice Miller, of 28, Peace Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Formerly 14820, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded in the Vimy Ridge engagement, and again by gunshot in the left shoulder September 1916.

Milligan, William –

Son of Mrs. Milligan, of 50, Teal Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Two brothers also on active service.

Mullaly, Thomas M –

Son of Thomas and Mary Ellen Mullaly, of 65, Matthew Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 79, Sydney Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Twice wounded. Surname also sometimes recorded as MULLABY or MULLAHY.

Mulvaney, Kenneth Hodkinson –

Son of Thomas and Sarah Mulvanley, of 89, Rothwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Service number recorded as 710770 on CWGC.

O’Dowd, Charles –

Brother of Mrs. Connell, of 6, St. John Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Served 12 years in the Sherwood Foresters, including 10 years in India. A signaller. Champion featherweight boxer for the Army. Killed by a shell along with another man.

Richardson, Christopher –

Husband of Eliza A. Richardson (nee Wilkinson), of 42, Kent Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1915. Died in hospital from gas poisoning.

Robertson, John –

Son of Patrick Hay Robertson and Maria Robertson, of 9, Burke Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire. Eldest of three soldier brothers.

Tuke, Henry –

Son of Henry and Sarah Tuke, of 95, School Hill, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914.

Warburton, Benjamin –

Son of George William Warburton, of 18, Battenburg Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Lizzie A. Warburton. Enlisted October 1915. Formerly Private 7419, 4th/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Duplicated entry in Bolton Roll of Honour under 1st/5th Bn.

Warburton, Robert –

Of 18, Battenberg Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted December 1914. Reported missing since 09/05/1915 and subsequently presumed killed. A brother served in the 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Waterhouse, Herbert Batty (Bert) –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Waterhouse, of Broom Lea, Lostock Park, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Wounded in the head by a German sniper in January 1916. Sacrificed his life in an effort to rescue a comrade at High Wood.

Young, Harry –

Eldest son of James Albert and Emma Young, of 3, Tennyson Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 4/31581, Training Reserve Bn.