Son of Richard and Annie Atkinson, of 242, Manchester Road East, Little Hulton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company at Hunt’s Bank, Manchester. Enlisted April 1917 into the Training Reserve Bn. Formerly Royal Fusiliers.
Son of Mr. William Barlow, of Loughrigg, Park Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Artists Rifles Bn., Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned aged 19 years in February 1917. Wounded in the leg and hand April 1917.
Of 221, Ashworth Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915, “Group System”. Formerly Private 32020, 3rd Bn., and 10th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Robina Froggatt Bird, of Denholme, Breightmet Hill West, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Charles Bird. An old boy of the Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly 1926, Royal Sussex Regiment.
Of 482, Warrington Road, Abram, Wigan, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Private 19955, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Of Barracks Street, Charlestown, County Mayo, Ireland. Enlisted March 1915.
Husband of Mrs. Dawson, of 76, Trentham Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Lance Corporal 19361, 1st Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, attached to Royal Engineers.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Duckworth, of Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of James A. and Sarah Jane Dyson, of 16, Beaufort Street, Liverpool Road, Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire.
Second son of P.C. Aaron Edge of the Bolton County Borough Police, of 33, Ulleswater Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Enlisted January 1917.
Formerly Private 17098, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ellis, of 5, Granville Terrace, Hadley, Wellington, Shropshire. Of 21, Ivy Road, Bolton, Lancashire. One of four brothers serving in the Army.
Husband of Mary Ann Foster, of Rothwell Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 15835, 10th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. His wife appeared before Bolton Borough Court on 24 & 27/06/1918 having bigamously married one William Mills of the Machine Gun Corps at Blackpool 01/09/1917. Committed to the Manchester Assizes for trial. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/29)
Son of the late Robert and Fanny Graham, of Manchester, Lancashire; husband of Laura Jane Graham, of 30, Myrrh Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Company Sergeant Major 15237, 10th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Also recorded as John Nigel Graham.
Of 83, Higher Bridge Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Corporal 25238, 3rd Bn. and 10th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Husband of Elizabeth Hardman, of 1, Ash Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire. Formerly 060668, Royal Army Service Corps.
Nephew of the late Councillor John Haslam, of Derby Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Haslam, of 15, North End, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Enlisted 1914. Taken prisoner in March 1918, and subsequently died of Bronchitis at Stendal Camp, Germany.
Youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Heaton, of 8, Astley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded by a bullet in the right knee and hospitalised at the 1st Australian General Hospital. Shortly after returning to the front was gassed and hospitalised in the Tranmere Military Hospital, Birkenhead in October 1918.