Regiment: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

Bettridge, Frank John –

Son of Harriet Bettridge, of “Argyle”, Morgans Vale, Redlynch, Salisbury, Wiltshire, and the late John Thomas Bettridge. Of Waverley Market, Edinburgh, Lothian. Caught aged 30 as an absentee from Edinburgh since 29/10/1915 and appeared before Bolton Magistrates 15/11/1915 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/26). Home Service Only. Died at Newcastle.

Cahill, Robert –

Son of John Lawrence and Ann Jane Cahill, of 3, Harrel Lane, New Barnes, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire.

Campbell, Angus –

Of 2, Canal Bank, Worsley, Lancashire. Previous service as 1804 in same Regiment.

Dunion, Robert –

Youngest son of Mark Dunion, former Police Sergeant at Horwich, and also of the Bolton Borough Police, and the late Agnes Dunion, of 9, Bute Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly of 19, Grafton Street, Bolton. Formerly employed by the BJ&G.

English, Robert –

Son of Matthew English, of 28, Greenhalgh Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Rebecca English (nee Cremins), of 12, Talbot Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Captured 26/08/1914 and interned in Germany as prisoner of war. Repatriated 22/11/1918.

Evans, Maurice –

Son of Maurice and Harriet Evans; husband of Margaret Joan Evans, of Horwich, Lancashire.

Everin, Edgar –

Son of Fred and Emily Gertrude Everin; husband of Gladys Everin, of Horwich, Lancashire.

Fleming, Arthur –

Son of George and Jane Fleming, of 24, Evan Street, Dean Road, Salford, Lancashire.

Garner, Archibald –

Son of William and Mary Garner, of Irlams-o’th’-Height, Salford, Lancashire. His brother Stanley Robert also served.

Greenhalgh, George Herbert –

Of 26, Norris Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Caught aged 18 as an absentee since 17/07/1918 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 19/07/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/29).

Hardy, George –

Brother of William Hardy, U.S. Naval Radio Station, Otter Cliffs, Maine, U.S.A.

Hind, James Alfred –

Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hind, of Bolton, Lancashire; brother of Miss Hilda Hind, of 42, Weston Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Husband of Constance A. Hind (nee Bullough). Later of 229, Deane Church Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly Sergeant S/6283, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), and Sergeant 17352, Machine Gun Corps. Commissioned 12/08/1916. Wounded in October 1916 and subsequently discharged.

Humm, Walter –

Brother of Miss. Susan Humm, of 10, Jordan Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.