Brother of Mrs. Lilly Nuttall, of 20, Parrot Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 15274, 8th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died aged 20 years 07/07/1918 and interred at Halliwell (St. Peter) Churchyard on 11/07/1918, from 22 Flitcroft Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Minnie Addison, of 14, St. Helens Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded by gunshot to right knee 17/02/1917.
Husband of Isabella Allen, of 6, Brunswick Street, Newton, Manchester, Lancashire. Formerly 13/7898, 13th Bn., Manchester Regiment.
Husband of Mrs. Allen, of 246, Walkden Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Little Hulton District Council. Enlisted November 1916. Captured prisoner of war since 22/10/1917.
Of 43, Captain Street, Horwich, Lancashire at time of enlistment. Brother of Frederick Allerton, of Chorley New Road, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly 18448, 3rd Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Suffered dislocation of right shoulder. Address on discharge 5, Hampson Street, Horwich, Lancashire.
Son of George Andrews, of 119, Manchester Road, Droylsden, Manchester, Lancashire; husband of Agnes Andrews (nee Marshall), of 16, Newton Buildings, Helmet Street, Manchester, Lancashire. Mobilised from reserve for war service 05 August 1914. Recorded missing 24/08/1914, and reported as prisoner of war 21/08/1915, repatriated 31/12/1918.
Of 3, Clare Street, Liverpool, Lancashire. Caught as a deserter from Oswestry since January 1918 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 14/06/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/29).
Of 27, Moor Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Of 105, Weston Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 28222, Machine Gun Corps. Caught aged 19 as an absentee from Birkenhead since 06/06/1917 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 14/06/1917 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/28).
Son of Mrs. Sarah Ball, of 1, Lower Wood Lane, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Edward and Susannah Ballard, of 11, Boundary Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died from Rheumatic Fever at hospital in Birkenhead.
Son of William Banks, of 13, Beech Street, Atherton, Lancashire, and the late Jane Ann Banks. Of 16, Hanchett Street, Atherton, Lancashire. Formerly Lance Corporal 59371, 3rd Bn., Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Reverted to Private for misconduct. Died of wounds at 57th Field Hospital, France.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Barker, of 28, Starcliffe Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. L. Barker, of 404, Manchester Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1916. Formerly 36636, King’s Liverpool Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Barlow, of 6, Huntroyde Avenue, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company as a clerk at Turton Station. Wounded by gunshot in the leg 29/09/1918 and hospitalised at St. Luke’s Hospital, Halifax.
Of 54, Old Hall Street, Kearsley, Lancashire.
Son of Elizabeth Barnes, of 105, Egerton Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Home Service Only.
Of 1, Bradford Park, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted May / August 1915.
Of 11, Jubilee Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 20 as an absentee from Chatham since 11/11/1918 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 21/11/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/29).
Son of Henry and Rachel Belsey (nee Brown), of 26, Emmanuel Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted in the Militia at Bury as part of the Lancashire Fusiliers in early 1904, before joining the regiment as a Regular in August 1904. Served in India.