Regiment: Dorsetshire Regiment

Burton, John – Private

Of 31, Higson Street, Salford, Lancashire. Dock Labourer, aged 43 years and 3 months at enlistment. Discharged 08 October 1914. Served 36 Days. Had previously served 7 years and 9 months in Royal Scots Fusiliers.

Burton, John –

Of 31, Higson Street, Salford, Lancashire. Previously served 7 years and 9 months in Royal Scots Fusiliers. Dock Labourer, aged 43 years and 3 months at enlistment. Died 05/07/1919.

Howarth, George – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howarth, of 33, Brancker Street, Chequerbent, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly 18068, Devonshire Regiment.

Howarth, George –

Son of Abraham and Alice Ann Howarth, of 33, Brancker Street, Chequerbent, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly 18068, Devonshire Regiment.

Joyce, Vivian –

Son of Louise Joyce, of 36, Hilden Street, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Thomas Joyce, formerly licensee of the Kenyon Arms, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Formerly employed as assistant clerk by Little Hulton Council. Enlisted Public Schools Bn., Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned. Attached Machine Gun Corps.

Joyce, Vivian – Lieutenant

Son of Mrs. George Joyce, of 36, Hilden Street, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Mr. Joyce, formerly licensee of the Kenyon Arms, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by Little Hulton Council. Commissioned. Attached Machine Gun Corps.

Ramsden, Arnold – Private

Youngest son of Nathan and Alice E. Ramsden, of Eastfield, Ainsworth Lane, Tonge, Bolton, Lancashire. Native of Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Believed to be the first Bolton soldier to fall victim of German asphyxiating gas.

Ramsden, Arnold –

Youngest son of Nathan and Alice E. Ramsden, of Eastfield, Ainsworth Lane, Tonge, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Church Institute. Formerly Worcestershire Regiment. Believed to be the first Bolton soldier to fall victim of German asphyxiating gas.