Regiment: East Kent (The Buffs) Regiment

Aldridge, Ernest –

Son of Mary Aldridge, of 13, Holland Street, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, Warwickshire, and the late Joseph Aldridge.

Allcock, Frank – Private

Son of Henry and Mary Ann Allcock, of 37, Bridgewater Avenue, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 103351, Training Reserve. Discharged 07 November 1919.

Allcock, Frank –

Son of Henry and Mary Ann Allcock, of 37, Bridgewater Avenue, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 103351, Training Reserve.

Brown, Herbert –

Son of Mrs. Rose Wood, of 3, Parish Street, Regent Road, Salford, Lancashire.

France, William Lambert –

Son of Phoebe France, of 22, Fir Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Alfred France. Formerly a conductor of the Bolton Corporation Tramways Department.

France, William Lambert – Private

Son of Phoebe France, of 22, Fir Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Alfred France. Formerly a conductor of the Bolton Corporation Tramways Department.

Holbrook, Thomas –

Son of James and Maud Holbrook, of 99, Cheetham Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Enlisted in 18th Bn., Royal Fusiliers.

Holbrook, Thomas – Private

Son of James and Maud Holbrook, of 99, Cheetham Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Enlisted in 18th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers.

Lings, John Massey –

Son of George Herbert and Gladys M. Lings; husband of Joyce Anderton Lings, of 15, Thornton Avenue, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire.

Lloyd-Jones, Robert William Arnold –

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.

Morgan, Lloyd Philip – Private

Son of John and Julia Morgan, of 22, Nelson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Possibly formerly 6th Dragoon Guards. Died in Salonika of malaria and dysentery.

Morgan, Lloyd Philip –

Son of John and Julia Morgan, of 22, Nelson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Possibly formerly 6th Dragoon Guards. Died in Salonika of malaria and dysentery.

Penman, Robert –

Son of Mrs. M. E. Penman, of 10, Watson Street, Patricroft, Lancashire.

Rowlinson, Wilfred –

Of 21, Poplar Avenue, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted December 1916. Wounded, shell wounds in the back and thigh.