Of 35, MacDonald Street, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 24840, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died in hospital in India from Dysentery. Interred at Karachi Cemetery, A/D. O. 29.
Stepson of Mrs. E. Gowlett, of 15, Wolesly Road, Rush Green, Romford, Essex.
Of 13, Beckett Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 10 October 1916 and hospitalised at Leeds with 12 wounds in his left hand, right arm and back. Formerly 16436, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Husband of Mrs. Barnes, of 1, Pickering Street, Bolton, Lancashire. DCM Citation: “For conspicuous gallantry. He has frequently led bombing parties against the enemy and has done very good work on patrols and with wiring parties. He has set a fine example of coolness and courage.” (LG 21.06.16) Discharged 21 June 1919.
Formerly 35503, King’s Liverpool Regiment.
Son of John and Elizabeth Davies, of 45, Oxford Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Louisa Davies, of 34, Cambridge Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Peter and Priscilla Goodram, of Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Griffiths; husband of Eunice Griffiths, of Darwen, Lancashire.
Son of George Edward and Alice Inch, of 2, Charlotte Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mary Inch. Formerly Corporal, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. Some time as a prisoner in Germany. Attached 6th Battalion.
Son of James Jackson, of 27, Phethean Street, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly 38683, South Wales Borderers.
Husband of Mrs. A. L. Mathews, of 46, Clyde Street, Lower Broughton Road, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 38098, King’s Liverpool Regiment.
Husband of Nora Oakley, of Buckland Common, Buckinghamshire.
Son of Michael and Mary O’Neill, of Greystones, County Wicklow, Eire.
Of 8, Alice Street, Little Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 17513, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Interred in Bury (Brunswick) United Methodist Cemetery.
Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Pearce, of 28, Dixon Street, Irlam, Lancashire.
Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Pearce, of 28, Dixon Street, Irlam, Lancashire. Born at Morton Moorland Farm, Bingley, Yorkshire.
Son of Samuel and Annie Scowcroft, of 153, Longsight, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Formerly 41408, South Wales Borderers. Wounded in both feet. Discharged 12 April 1919.