Regiment: King's Royal Rifle Corps

Weston, George –

Son of Mr. J. George Weston, of 6, Browning Street, Salford, Lancashire.

Whittaker, A –

Formerly employed by the Great and Little Bolton Co-Operative Society.

Whittaker, Harold –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker, of 2, Abernethy Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly employed at Horwich Loco Works. Wounded September 1915..

Whittaker, Miles Shepherd –

Son of John and Betsy Whittaker, of 382, Bridgeman Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Bolton Co-Operative Society as a counter assistant at Morris Green. Reported missing 15/09/1916 and subsequently presumed killed. Brother George served in France.

Wilding, Horace Holden –

Son of Matilda Wilding, of 19, Kingswood Road, Prestwich, Lancashire, and the late John Frederick Wilding. Attached 13th Bn.

Wilkins, Norman –

Son of Lambert Wilkins and Mrs. Wilkins, of 21, Hopefield Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 18, Higher Swan Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. A sniper and bomb thrower.

Wilkinson, Eric Irving –

Son of Thomas and Janet Wilkinson, of Eccles, Lancashire. Formerly of Corps of Military Police. Attached Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps.

Williamson, George Edward –

Husband of Catherine Williamson, of 38, Kestor Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1914. Posted missing since 06/12/1917 and subsequently presumed killed.

Wilson, Edward –

Husband of Annie Wilson, of 13, New Strawberry Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Wood, James –

Of 76, Ashworth Lane, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1915.

Worrall, Edward –

Son of Thomas and Alice Worrall; husband of Elizabeth Ann Worrall, of 1, Holmes Street, Eagley, Turton, Lancashire. Enlisted February 1915. Injured by a fall of sandbags 10/07/1915.

Wrigley, Edward –

Son of George Wrigley, of 3, Tonge Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 51, Mona Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Yates, Peter –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Yates, of 17, Back-o’th’-Bank, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1914. Three brothers also served in the Army.

Young, John Arthur –

Son of John and Elizabeth Young (nee Monks), of 96, Newearth Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Reported missing between 21-27th March 1918 and subsequently confirmed prisoner of war.

Young, Thomas –

Son of John and Elizabeth Young (nee Monks), of 96, Newearth Road, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly Private R/12820, 14th Bn., King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Wounded by gunshot/shrapnel in the buttock, forearm and hand in May 1916.