Son of George Edward and Alice Inch, of 2, Charlotte Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mary Inch, of 33, Calvert Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Corporal, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. Commissioned 20/06/1917. Some time as a prisoner in Germany. Attached 6th Bn. Killed by a shell burst.
- Surname: Inch
- Forename: George Edward
- Date of birth: Not known
- Birth place: Not known
- Place of residence: Great Lever, Lancashire
- Gender: Male
- Age of death: 27
- Place of death: Not known
- Date of death: September 22nd, 1917
- Casualty type: Not known
- Service medals: Not known
- Silver War badge: Not known
- Awards: M.i.D.
- Bolton (Victoria Square) War Memorial and Bolton County Borough Roll of Honour 1914-1918 Book (Hall of Remembrance)
- Bolton Roll of Honour 1914-1918 Printed Book (Library / History Centre)
- CWGC Memorial: Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
- CWGC reference: Panel 48 to 50 and 162A.
Local newspaper entries
- Bolton Journal and Guardian entries: 30/10/1914 05/02/1915 03/08/1917 05/10/1917 07/12/1917 03/05/1918 20/09/1918 27/09/1918
- Bolton Journal and Guardian references: 8b* S3b-d* 6f* 4g S2* 6d 6g 6g
- Bolton Chronicle: 12/10/1917