Regiment: Cheshire Regiment

Birch, Walter –

Son of Mrs. Birch, of 58, Poplar Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 38198, King’s Liverpool Regiment. Killed by a sniper whilst assisting to remove a wounded comrade.

Blyth, Stephen –

Of 5, Burlington Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Contracted tuberculosis prior to October 1918 in Gibraltar.

Boardman, Jacob –

Husband of Mrs. Boardman, of 24, Scott Street, Ringley, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1916. Reported missing March 1918 and subsequently officially presumed killed.

Boardman, Job –

Son of Peter and Ann Boardman, of 98, Hacken Lane, Darcy Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.

Booth, Fred –

Son of James and Elizabeth Booth, of 1, Herbert Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Boyde, William Henry –

Of 5, Boundary Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 19 as an absentee from Bidston, Cheshire since 01/01/1916 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 03/01/1916 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/26).

Bridge, John Lever –

Son of Thomas and Martha Bridge, of 16, Hilton Street, Kearsley, Lancashire. An old boy of the Hollands School.

Bromley, James –

Of 7, Bright Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 10th Bn., Cheshire Regiment.