Son of Thomas and Mary Adamson, of Alston, Preston, Lancashire.
Husband of Elizabeth Alice Addison (nee Woodruff), of Lever Park, Rivington, Lancashire. Formerly a policeman at Rivington.
Son of Isaac Allcock, M.B.E., and Mary Hannah Allcock; husband of Edith Allcock, of Wardley, Swinton, Lancashire.
Of 176, Hall Lane, Farnworth, Lancashire.
Son of Frances Barlow, of 109A, Lorne Street, Farnworth, Lancashire, and the late William Barlow. An old boy of the Bolton Church Institute (1896). Enlisted February 1915. Memorial in St. Michael’s Great Lever Churchyard.
Adopted son of Theophilus Barnes, of 44, Cleggs Lane, Little Hulton, Lancashire.
Of 7, Alms Houses, Bourneville, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Enlisted April 1915.
Seventh son of the late Mr. Charles Booth, and of Mrs. Booth, of 43, Randal Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Annie Booth (nee Boardman). Wounded by gunshot in left wrist and right leg. One of five brothers who served.
Husband of Mary Jane Bradshaw, of 186, Warrington Road, Abram, Wigan, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.
Son of Clement and Mary Breeze, of 126, Fitzwarren Street, Pendleton, Lancashire. Native of Pontesbury, Shropshire.
Son of Herbert James and Catherine Brocklebank, of 101, Camp Street, Higher Broughton, Lancashire.
Of 17, Lever Grove, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted February 1915.
Of 27, York Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.
Son of Alice Butler, of 33, Hall Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of James Owen and Emily Amelia Carswell, of Moss Side, Manchester, Lancashire.
Of 3, Ramwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.
Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Chattington; husband of Annie Chattington, of Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Reverend William Henry and Rose Eliza Claxton, of 46, Hampton Road, Forest Gate, London. Father was former pastor of the New Jerusalem Church, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Husband of Clara Claxton, of Rosslyn House, Colby, Isle of Man. Died in hospital in Bonn, Germany after six days’ illness.
Son of Josiah and Edith Clayton; husband of Millicent Clayton, of Lymm, Cheshire.