Of 9, Mangnall’s Fold, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly 33229, 10th Bn., Welsh Regiment.; formerly 40151, 12th Bn., Gloucestershire Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Barlow, of 12, Milton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915.
Son of Gilbert Henry and Florence Baylis, of Pendleton, Lancashire. Attached 2nd Battalion. Also served in Royal Artillery.
Brother of Thomas Dillon, of 238, Swinton Hall Road, Pendlebury, Lancashire.
Of Frederick Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Of 4, Charnock Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught as an absentee from Cheshire (3rd) Regiment. Headquarters, Birkenhead since 25/01/1917 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 26/01/1917 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/27).
Son of John and Betsy Hartley (nee Yates). Whittlebrook Primitive Methodists Cricket Club, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted aged 18 in February 1917 to the Cyclist Section, North Somerset Yeomanry.
Son of Mr. W. and Mrs. A, Hunt, of 19, Worcester Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 18163, 61st Training Reserve Bn.
Formerly 2/112748, Royal Army Service Corps.
Son of the late Mr. John Lomax, of Willow Bank, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted Inns of Court Officer Training Corps. Formerly 10th Bn., Leicestershire Regiment. Attached 6th Bn., Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
Son of Isaac Henry and Margaret Silver, of 13, Hope Street, Blackrod, Lancashire. Formerly 17547, 61st Training Reserve Bn.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford, of 75, Corson Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Stafford, of Blackpool, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1917. Formerly Royal Army Service Corps. A survivor of the transport Transylvania.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Stein, of Salford, Lancashire.
Of 63, Radcliffe Road, Aspull, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1915.