Regiment: Canadian Imperial Forces

Thomasson, Frederick –

Son of Thomas and Amelia Thomasson, of 64, Kent Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and formerly of 21, Rutter Street, Kearsley, Lancashire. Wounded July 1917.

Thompson, Fred –

Son of Frederick Thompson, licencsee of the Legs of Man Hotel, 24, Churchgate, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported as Corporal in BJ&G.

Tofts, T –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tofts, of 28, Moorside Avenue, Doffcocker, Bolton, Lancashire.

Tonge, Thomas Bridgeman –

Son of Samuel and Mary Tonge, of 74, Gorton Street, New Bury, Farnworth, Lancashire. Brothers Joseph (Royal Garrison Artillery), and John also served.

Town, John –

Son of Edwin and Emma Town, of 40, Bashall Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Turner, Robert –

Son of William and Helen Turner, of Astley, Lancashire; husband of Alice Turner (nee Evans), of Bellevue, Alberta, Canada.

Unsworth, Richard –

Son of Mrs. Mary Jane Unsworth, of 14, Burlington Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Formerly of 21, Pen Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted 23/08/1915 at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as Private 142497, 76th Bn., Canadian Infantry, but was discharged on account of his young age. Later re-enlisted and went to the front around Christmas 1916. Reported missing following a gas attack and subsequently presumed killed.

Usher, John Foreman –

Son of Albert and Sarah Usher (nee Whitewell), of Gateshead, County Durham. Formerly of the Crowthorn National Childrens Home, Edgworth, Turton, Lancashire.

Walley, John Albert –

Son of the late John and Mira Tilsley Walley, of Eccles, Lancashire. Brother of Miss J. Walley, of 2nd Western Military Hospital, Manchester, Lancashire.

Warburton (Brockbank), Henry Brockbank –

NOTE:- Served as Henry BROCKBANK. Elder son of John William (Stepfather) and Mary Ann Warburton (formerly Brockbank, nee Smith), of 41, Cellini Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and son of the late Jonathan Brockbank; husband of Margaret Alice Brockbank (nee Beddows), of 169, Wood Street East, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Reported in BJ&G as Harry WARBURTON. Court of Enquiry determined he was accidentally killed “by the explosion of a Mills bomb negligently and carelessly placed in the fire in Hut 11 (Bois-Des-Alleux) by himself: and that the bomb was removed from the fire by Private Brockbank immediately before it exploded.”

Ward, John –

Foster son of Mrs. T. Brown, of Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Wardle, Ernest –

Son of Fred and Sarah Wardle, of Atherton, Lancashire; husband of Greta Wardle, of Atherton, Lancashire.

Whittle, Abraham –

Son of Mary Whittle, of 402, Victoria Avenue North, Hamilton, Ontario, England.

Whittle, Frank Johnson –

Eldest son of Robert and Sarah Ann Whittle, of 67, Aitken Street, Accrington, Lancashire. Formerly of Craig-y-don, 156, Markland Hill Lane, Bolton, Lancashire, and 124, Church Road, Smithills, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Enlisted in British Columbia in September 1914. Sustained a bullet wound through the left arm October 1916.