Regiment: East Yorkshire Regiment (Duke of York's Own)

Hancock, Jabez –

Son of Jabez and Mary Ann Hancock, of 3, Kay’s Court, Little Lever, Lancashire.

Horrocks, John –

Son of John Redford Horrocks and Lydia Horrocks, of 98, Bradford Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mary Horrocks, of 286, The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. Served in the South African Campaign and in India.

Jones, Harry –

Son of Alfred and Clara Jones, of 25, Rochester Avenue, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly 8852, North Staffordshire Regiment.

Kay, J W –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kay, of 26, Bentinck Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Of 33, Jackson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Wounded.

Lilley, Thomas –

Formerly 23239, Manchester Regiment. Surname recorded as LILLY on Medal Card and CWGC.

Metcalfe, James –

Son of the late John and Julia Metcalfe; husband of Edith Metcalfe, of 26, Green Street, Chester Road, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire.

Needham, Michael –

Son of Michael and Catherine Needham; husband of Mary Catherine Needham, of 61, Sidney Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Parker, Clifford –

Of 18, Enys Street, Pendleton, Lancashire, and formerly of Woodgate Row, Clifton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914 as Trooper 19655 in the 14th Hussars. Served at Gallipoli.

Richards, Joseph –

Son of Mr. Joseph Richards, of Duckshaw Cottage, Albert Road, Farnworth, Lancashire. Nephew of Mrs. Ann Sugden (formerly Illidge), of 214, Lorne Street, Farnworth, Lancashire.

Rothwell, Thomas –

Son of Elizabeth Whalley (formerly Rothwell), of “Treverton”, The Roundway, Anlaby Park, Hull, Yorkshire.

Seacombe, James –

Son of Thomas and Sarah A Seacombe (nee Lane), of 118, Clegg’s Lane, Little Hulton, Lancashire; husband of Martha Ellen Seacombe (nee Wende). An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Enlisted September 1914. Formerly 14th Hussars.

Settle, John –

Son of Mrs. Settle, of 74, Victoria Grove, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly played football with Everton Football Club. Enlisted March 1916. Reported missing aged 19 since 27/05/1918 and subsequently confirmed prisoner of war.