Regiment: King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment

Adamson, Robert –

Son of John and Dorothy Ann Adamson, of 28, Highfield Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. Formerly Sergeant 943, 1st/4th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Attached 164th Trench Mortar Battery.

Ainsworth, James (Jim) –

Son of Ann Ainsworth, of 21, Gregson Street, Farnworth, Lancashire, and the late John Ainsworth. Formerly 11th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Wounded 13/02/1918 in the legs, and brought for treatment at the General Hospital in Loughborough.

Aldred, Frank –

Brother of Ellen Walihall, of 39, Emerson Street, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire. Previously served in the South African Campaign with the King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, and discharged on termination of engagement after 12 years on 15/08/1909. Re-enlisted for four years on the Army Reserve 21/01/1910 at Manchester.

Allanson, Thomas –

Son of Jonathan and Ann Allanson, of 17, Wentworth Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Home service only.

Allen, James –

Son of Richard Allen; husband of Susannah Allen (nee Barnes, of 168, Ordsall Lane, Salford, Lancashire. Brothers Albert and Ernest resided at 2B Back Silk Street, Salford, Lancashire. Previous service in the South African Campaign.

Allport, Lewis –

Son of Lewis and Mary Ann Allport, of 103, Windley Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Andrews, George –

Son of John and Lillian Andrews, of 8, Leach Street, Queen’s Road, Gorton, Lancashire.

Andrews, Moses –

Eldest son of Mr. John Andrews, of 1, Albion Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire. One of three soldier sons to serve.

Anson, John Charles –

Son of Sarah Alice Kearsley (formerly Anson), of 29, Tempest Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Anson, of 84, Minerva Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported missing August 1916 and subsequently presumed killed.

Armstead, Thomas –

Husband of Alice Armstead (nee Stansfield), of 51, Shaw Street, Bury, Lancashire.

Ashurst, Harold –

Son of Walter and Emma Ashurst, of Church Street, Little Lever, Lancashire; husband of Ann Ashurst, of 49, Market Street, Little Lever, Lancashire. Formerly Private 42179, 1st Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers. Wounded September 1917 resulting in the amputation of two fingers of left hand.

Ashworth, John Frederick –

Son of Caleb and Martha Ashworth; husband of Mary Jane Ashworth, of 19, Nebo Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 4215, 4th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.