Regiment: Essex Regiment

Ainscough, Stanley –

Son of Benjamin and Mary Ainscough, of 107, Ringley Road, Stoneclough, Lancashire. Formerly of Ringley Fold House, Stoneclough, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Royal Field Artillery.

Arstall, Herbert –

Son of James and Susanah Arstall; husband of Doris Arstall, of Flixton, Lancashire.

Brocklehurst, Richard –

Son of Clement Richard Brocklehurst and Emma Brocklehurst (nee Sherlock), of 117, Moncrieffe Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly 80261, RFA.

Corder, Fred –

Son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Ann Corder, or Irlam, Lancashire.

Fraser, John Burnett –

Son of Alexander and the late Margaret Fraser; husband of Mary Fraser, of 19, Wythburn Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Worked for Salford Corporation Police Department. Formerly 17777, Lancashire Fusiliers.

Gaskell, George –

Of 6, Locke Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Previously served and was wounded in the South African Campaign.

Gibson, John Edward –

Son of John Richard and Minnie Gibson, of 10, Pinder Street, Hulme, Lancashire; husband of Florence Maude Keep (formerly Gibson), of 27, Brookes Road, Plaistow, London.

Green, Victor Collins –

Son of the late Joseph Collins, orphaned when only five years old, he was taken out of the Fishpool Institution by Mr. Samuel Scowcroft, of Higher Barn Farm, Harwood, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Driver, Royal Field Artillery.

Grundy, Frank –

Son of John and Eliza Grundy, of 1, Lindley Street, Kearsley, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Private 19253, 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Served in Egypt.

Hayes, James Peter –

Son of Aeneas and Ada Hayes, of Trafford Park, Manchester, Lancashire; husband of Joan Lovaine Hayes, of South Wingfield, Derbyshire.

Hewitt, Thomas –

Son of Mary Alice Hewitt, of 80, George Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Thomas Henry Hewitt. Formerly 80058, Royal Horse / Royal Field Artillery.

Howard, John –

Son of John and Elizabeth Howard; husband of Alice G. Howard, of Luton, Bedfordshire. Seconded to 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers.