Son of Mary Aldridge, of 13, Holland Street, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, Warwickshire, and the late Joseph Aldridge.
Son of Henry and Mary Ann Allcock, of 37, Bridgewater Avenue, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 103351, Training Reserve.
Son of Mrs. Rose Wood, of 3, Parish Street, Regent Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Joseph and Mary Isabella Coucill; husband of Dorothy Coucill, of Nelson, Lancashire.
Son of Phoebe France, of 22, Fir Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Alfred France. Enlisted March 1917. Formerly a conductor of the Bolton Corporation Tramways Department.
Son of James and Maud Holbrook, of 99, Cheetham Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Enlisted in 18th Bn., Royal Fusiliers.
Son of George Herbert and Gladys M. Lings; husband of Joyce Anderton Lings, of 15, Thornton Avenue, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Rev. Frederick William Lloyd-Jones and Elizabeth Lloyd-Jones, of 198, Rishton Lane, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire, Rev. Lloyd-Jones being minister of Rose Hill Congregational Church. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School. Commissioned June 1916.
Son of John and Julia Morgan, of 22, Nelson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Possibly formerly 6th Dragoon Guards. Died in Salonika of malaria and dysentery.
Son of Mrs. M. E. Penman, of 10, Watson Street, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Son of John Willie and Jane Rose Rowlinson, of 21, Poplar Avenue, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private T/278531, Army Service Corps; formerly Private G/61554, 4th Bn., Middlesex Regiment. Wounded at Rouen by shell wounds in the back and thigh 22/08/1918, and hospitalised at Halifax.
Of 1, Redbank Street, Chorley, Lancashire. Enlisted July 1915.
Son of Mrs. Jane Ann Tonge, of 27, Brighton Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Of 6, Chilham Road, Walkden, Lancashire, and formerly of 30, Blantyre Street, Walkden, Lancashire. Formerly Private 1427 / 265809, 2nd/6th Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment. Commissioned