Regiment: King's Liverpool Regiment

Acton, Thomas –

Son of Thomas and Eliza Acton, of 5, Sedan Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Ainscow, Robert (Bob) –

Eldest son of Mrs. Ainscow, of 38, Cross Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Ann Jane Ainscow, of 12, Dudley Avenue, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 45101, Cheshire Regiment. Died of Pneumonia at Salonika. Brother Billy served in France.

Ainsworth, James Hodson –

Husband of Ann Jane Ainsworth (nee Brindle), of 3, Birley Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 1st Bn., King’s Liverpool Regiment. Enlisted June 1915. Wounded in March 1916.

Aldersley, Edward Lowndes –

Husband of Ethel Victoria Aldersley (nee Lowe), of 1, North Greaves Street, Hightown, Salford, Lancashire and formerly of 7, Little Street, Hightown, Salford, Lancashire. Previous service of 3 years with 3rd Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers.

Aldred, Albert Edward –

Brother of Annie Shaw, of 57, Renshaw Street, Patricroft, Eccles, Lancashire, and formerly of 41, Milton Street, Patricroft, Eccles, Lancashire. Formerly 8196. Wounded Gunshot Wound to face.

Aldred, John –

Son of John and Margaret Alice Aldred; husband of Violet Aldred, of 6, Leigh Street, Farnworth, Bolton. Formerly 24673, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died as a result of septic poisoning.

Aldred, Joseph –

Son of Joseph Aldred. Of 59, Fitzwarren Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Allen, John –

Son of John and Catherine Allen, of 21, Peel Street, Pendleton, Lancashire. Of Church Street, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly 19050, Lancashire Fusiliers.

Anderson, Alfred –

Son of John and Sarah Ann Anderson, of Tyldesley, Lancashire; husband of Minnie Schofield (formerly Anderson), of 13, Alfred Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire.

Andrews, William David –

Caught aged 30 as a deserter from Weeton Camp since 21/09/1915 and appeared before Bolton Magistrates 02/10/1915 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/26). Formerly 2nd/8th Bn., King’s Liverpool Regiment.

Antrobus, George Edward –

Of 14, Houlton Street, Kensington, Liverpool, Lancashire. Formerly Private 4989, 10th Bn., King’s Liverpool Regiment. Played in a football match in October 1916 against a team from the 2nd/5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Armstrong, Roland –

Son of Mary Jane Armstrong, of 59, Roberts Street, Patricroft, Lancashire, and the late John Henry Armstrong. Formerly 2804, Manchester Regiment.