Regiment: Labour Corps

Abbott, Ernest –

Son of Betsy Abbott, of 5, Starling Road, Ainsworth, Lancashire, and the late John Abbott. Enlisted November 1915, reported as Royal Sussex Regiment in BJ&G. Formerly Private 28856, Machine Gun Corps.

Abbott, Harold –

Of 82, Nansen Street, Seedley, Lancashire. Enlisted December 1914. Formerly 20714, 6th Bn., Border Regiment.

Abbott, William –

Son of John and Eliza Abbott, of Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 42403, 13th Bn., South Wales Borderers; formerly 56060, Cheshire Regiment.

Abbott, William – Private

Son of John and Eliza Abbott, of Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 42403, 13th Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Formerly 56060, Cheshire Regiment.

Abraham, John –

Husband of Martha Abraham (nee Loynd), of 6, Vine Street, Patricroft, Eccles, Lancashire. Formerly Private SS/19717, Royal Army Service Corps.

Adamson, John –

Of 5, Belle Vue Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 40 as an absentee from Middleton Road Camp, Heaton Park since 14/12/1917 and again since 15/01/1918. Appeared before Bolton Magistrates 17/12/1917 and 17/01/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/28 & JBO/1/29).

Ainscough, Joseph –

Of 53, Everitt Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 1350, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 09/08/1916.

Ainsworth, Fred – Private

Husband of Minnie Ainsworth (nee Charnock), of 297, Blackburn Road, Egerton, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 46676, 17th (Reserve) Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Demobilised Class Z 13 March 1919.

Ainsworth, George – Private

Husband of Mrs. Ainsworth, of 16, Smith Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded. Previous service of four years with the Rifle Brigade. Formerly C/984, 16th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Ainsworth, William –

Son of Elizabeth Alice Lomax, of 253, Starkie Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 6110, 15th Bn., London Regiment / 52515, Devonshire Regiment. Address on discharge was 58, Dorset Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Fred –

Husband of Minnie Ainsworth (nee Charnock), of 297, Blackburn Road, Egerton, Turton, Lancashire. Formerly 46676, 17th Bn., Cheshire Regiment.

Ainsworth, George –

Husband of Mrs. Ainsworth, of 16, Smith Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded. Previous service of four years with the Rifle Brigade. Formerly C/984, 16th Bn., King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Ainsworth, William – Lance Corporal

Son of Elizabeth Alice Lomax, of 253, Starkie Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 6110, 15th Battalion, London Regiment. Formerly 52515, Devonshire Regiment. Demobilised Class Z 06 March 1919 to 58, Dorset Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Alker, Joseph Edward –

Of 26, Tredgold Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915. Formerly Private 18651, King’s Own Royal Lamcaster Regiment.

Allcock, Thomas –

Husband of Mary Agnes Allcock (nee Hughes), of 51, Norway Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly a Police Constable. Enlisted 17th (Reserve) Bn., Cheshire Regiment, later transferred to Works Bn., Middlesex Regiment.

Allcock, William –

Husband of Annie Allcock, of 2, Walker Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted June 1915. Formerly Private 242493, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Allcock, Thomas – Private

Husband of Mary Agnes Allcock (nee Hughes), of 51, Norway Street, Seedley, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly a Police Constable. Enlisted 17th (Reserve) Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, later transferred to Works Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. Demobilised Class Z 02 February 1919.

Allen, Richard –

Son of Minnie Allen, of 91, Crook Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 266079, 12th Bn., King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.

Allen, Richard – Private

Son of Minnie Allen, of 91, Crook Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 266079, 12th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.