Regiment: Civilian

Ainsbury, Brian Walter –

Son of Joseph H. and Hilda Ainsbury. Of 20 Woodstock Drive, Worsley, Lancashire. Died at 20 Woodstock Drive, Worsley, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Peter –

Husband of Annie Ainsworth, of 7, Blair Lane, Top-o’th’-Brow, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at Tonge Fold First Aid Post, Bury Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery 26 December 1930.

Aldcroft, Alexina –

Daughter of J. and A. Sherran, of the same address; wife of Thomas Ridgeway Aldcroft. Of 14 Elizabeth Street, Salford, Lancashire. Died at 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire.

Aldcroft, Harry –

Son of Minnie and of the late Harry Aldcroft. Of 82 Oxford Street, Salford, Lancashire. Injured 22 December 1940, at 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire; died at Emergency Hospital, Whittingham, Preston, Lancashire.

Aldcroft, John William –

Son of Thomas Ridgeway Aldcroft and Alexina Aldcroft. Of 14 Elizabeth Street, Salford, Lancashire. Died at 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire.

Aldcroft, Minnie –

Daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Kemp, of Hankinson Street, Pendleton, Lancashire; widow of Harry Aldcroft. Of 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire. Died at 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire.

Aldcroft, Thomas Ridgeway –

Son of Minnie and of the late Harry Aldcroft; husband of Alexina Aldcroft. Of 14 Elizabeth Street, Salford, Lancashire. Died at 82 Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire.

Allen, John –

Son of the late Richard and Mary Esther Allen, of 24, Thynne Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at New Civic Market Shelter, Bolton, Lancashire.

Allison, Ellen –

Wife of James Allison, of 64, Kirk Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Nee Yates. Killed in Zeppelin Raid.

Allison, James –

Husband of Ellen Allison (nee Yates), of 64, Kirk Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Killed in Zeppelin Raid.

Aspinall, John Audley Frederick –

General manager of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company. Detained in Germany for several weeks at the commencement of the war and brought back correspondence from other prisoners of war when released.

Atkins, Edith Lang –

Daughter of Mrs. M. E. Kearsley, of 50, Slaterfield, Bolton, Lancashire; wife of Alfred Charles Atkins, of 329, Botwell Lane, Hayes, Middlesex. Died at H.M.V. Gramophone Factory, Hayes, Middlesex.

Baker, Florence Violet –

Daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Baker, of 8, Russell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 219, Farmfield Road, Lewisham, London. Died at 219, Farmfield Road, Lewisham, London.

Bamford, Lucy –

Killed when a Lancaster Bomber crashed at Littleton Road Playing Fields on 30th July 1944, killing all crew and two civilians.

Barton, Arthur –

Husband of Florence Barton, of 38 Lower Broughton Road, Salford, Lancashire. Injured 22 December 1940, at rear of 38 Lower Broughton Road, Salford, Lancashire; died at Hope Hospital. Interred at St. Paul’s Churchyard, Kersal.

Beck, Thomas –

Of 12 West Bank Street, Salford, Lancashire. Died at 12 West Bank Street, Salford, Lancashire.

Blakemore, George –

Son of the late Richard E. and Emily Blakemore, of 60 Saxby Street, Irlams O’ the Height, Salford, Lancashire; husband of Clarice Blakemore. Of 72 Barton Road, Salford, Lancashire. Injured at 74 Barton Road, Salford, Lancashire; died same day at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Swinton, Lancashire.