Regiment: Grenadier Guards

Atkinson, Harry Christopher –

Husband of Isabella Atkinson (nee Heyes), of 30, Silverdale Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Police Inspector of the Bolton County Borough Police, having joined the Force 28/04/1898, until enlisted for War Service. (Bolton Archives: ABJ/22/69). Home Service Only. Returned to the police force 22/11/1915.

Barlow, Patrick Basil –

Son of Sir Thomas Barlow, 1st Bart., K.C.V.O., F.R.S., and Lady Barlow, of 10, Wimpole Street, London, W.I. Educated Marlborough and New College, Oxford (M.A.). Director of Barlow & Jones, Ltd., Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers, Bolton. Formerly resided in Chorley New Road, Bolton, Lancashire.

Barnes, William –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of the Volunteer Inn, High Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. One of four soldier brothers to serve. Mistakenly reported to have been killed on 25/08/1918, subsequently found to be alive and prisoner of war.

Bethel, Aaron Albert –

Son of James and Sarah Ellen Bethel, of 1, Somerville Street, Eccles, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Severely wounded 15/09/1916 and succumbed to his wounds ten days later. Recorded as Aaron Albert Bethel on Eccles Church memorial, but only as Albert on military service records.

Bird, Samuel –

Son of Samuel and Eliza Bird, of 9, Brancker Street, Chequerbent, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Previously enlisted as Private 13924, 12th Bn., Manchester Regiment. at Atherton 14/11/1914 and discharged as not likely to become an efficient soldier 19/12/1914. Subsequently re-enlisted. Formerly Lance Corporal 17107, 6th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment; 164002, Machine Gun Corps.

Booth, James –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Booth, of 27, Blake Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire.

Borle, James Christopher –

Son of Mr. L. O. Borle, of 25, Langworthy Road, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Recorded as James BOWLE on SDGW.

Bridge, Abraham –

Son of the late William and Alice Bridge, of Little Hulton, Lancashire. Of Trafford Road, Barton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.

Bromwich, James Edward –

Son of Mrs. Bromwich, of 1, Algernon Street, Farnworth, Lancashire; Husband of Mrs. Bromwich, of 246, Hylton Road, Sunderland, Durham. Formerly employed for two years as a police constable with the Sunderland Borough Police. Enlisted April 1915.

Brown, Daniel –

Second son of Thomas Brown, of 293, Wigan Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Margaret Brown, formerly of 352, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire. For five years prior to enlisting he had been in Canada. Wounded by gunshot in the neck in July 1916. Killed by a sniper’s bullet whilst dispatch riding.