Regiment: Canadian Imperial Forces

Brown, William –

Son of Ann Brown, of 22, Mossfield Road, Farnworth, Lancashire, and formerly of 55, Church Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Brown, William –

Son of Mrs. W. Brown, of 62, Belmont Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Of the Church Army Home, Crompton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 41 as a deserter from Bustard Camp since 27/12/1914 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 26/01/1915 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/25).

Bryers, Robert –

Son of Robert and Margaret Bryers, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Carrie Ethel Bryers, of 135, Maple Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario. Died of wounds at No.6 Casualty Clearing Station.

Bucill, Ralph –

Husband of Mary Alice Bucill, of 3365, Venables Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Buckley, Josiah (Sie) –

Son of Joe and Sarah Ellen Buckley, of Pendleton, Lancashire; husband of Eleanor Buckley, of 7, Gerald Street, Whit Lane, Pendleton, Lancashire. At 9am on 28/09/1918, during the advance South East of EPINOY, he was severely wounded in the thigh by an enemy bullet. He was taken to the Aid Post for treatment and evacuated to a Casualty Clearing Station, but succumbed to his wounds later at No.4 General Hospital, Camiers. Name recorded as Sie on all Canadian Army records, but as Josiah on CWGC.

Buckthorpe, John Henry –

Husband of Hannah Buckthorpe, of 24, Edgar Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Late of Danby Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Previous service of 3 years with Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry.

Buckthorpe, John Stanley –

Son of John Henry and Hannah Buckthorpe, of 24, Edgar Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Late of Danby Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.

Buckthorpe, William –

Elder son of John Henry and Hannah Buckthorpe, of 24, Edgar Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Late of Danby Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed at Ypres.

Burke, Thomas (Tom) –

Son of Ellen Burke, of 58, Kent Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Of 643, Church Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Calderley, Edward –

Son of Mrs. Catherine Calderley; husband of Minnie Gillard (formerly Calderley), of 129, Barons Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Died of wounds at No.30 Casualty Clearing Station.

Candible (Callahan), Thomas –

NOTE:- Served as Thomas CALLAHAN. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Candible, of 5, Zachariah Street, Manchester, Lancashire. Previously served 16 years with the King’s Liverpool Regiment. Reported missing and subsequently confirmed killed. Buried in the field near Courcelette.

Catlin, George –

Son of John and Eleanor Catlin, of Salford, Lancashire. Brother of Charles D. Catlin, of 67, Penn Street, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly served in the Navy for 15 years. Killed by an enemy rifle grenade, about 7.30pm, 16/05/1916.

Chadwick, Joseph –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Chadwick, of 18, Skipton Street, Tonge, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Bessie Howell (formerly Chadwick), of 1366, Cannon Street East, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Was instantly killed by a shell splinter in the breast. Two brothers also served, Jack wounded and in Harpurhey Hospital, and Albert in Salonika in September 1918.

Chadwick, Ernest –

Son of Mrs. Chadwick, of Frank Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ellen Chadwick, of 30, Defoe Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Previously service 12 years with the 14th King’s Hussars. Prisoner of war in Germany since 30/03/1918.

Challinor, John Justice –

Son of William James and Margaret Challinor; husband of Minnie Elizabeth Challinor, of Lavender Hill, Battersea, London. Previously served in the South African War with “Brabant’s Horse”. Died from sever gas poisoning and shell shock at 2nd London General Hospital.

Challinor, William James –

Son of William James and Margaret Challinor. Previously served 12 years in India with the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays). Killed by a shell.

Charnock, Walter –

Husband of Selina (Sissy) Charnock, of 45, Coop Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 44, Campbell Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Killed in the attack at Vimy Ridge.

Chester, Frederick (Fred) –

Husband of Mary Chester, of 2147, Rae Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Formerly second in command of the No.3 Fire Hall, Regina Fire Department. Previous service three years 1st Bn., Manchester Regiment. Served in France with the 102nd Bn., Canadian Infantry.

Clayton, Percy –

Son of Mr. T. Clayton, of 59, Trafford Street, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancashire.