Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers

Yates, Edmund –

Of 19, Oldham Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Caught aged 18 as an absentee from Ashton-in-Makerfield since 24/04/1915 and aged 20 from Hall Camp, Heaton Park since 31/10/1918 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 26/04/1915 and 11/11/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/26 & JBO/1/29)

Yates, Ezra –

Son of William Henry and Mary Ellen Yates, of 36, Chester Street, Swinton, Lancashire.

Yates, Henry –

Husband of Mary Ann Blears (formerly Yates), of 19, Hanover Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Yates, James Hargreaves –

Husband of Annie Yates, of 6a, New Cateaton Street, Bury, Lancashire; son of John and Mary Yates, of 163, Ainsworth Road, Bury, Lancashire.

Yates, John –

Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Yates, of 198, Lee Lane, Horwich, Lancashire. Formerly employed at Horwich Loco Works. Formerly 14228, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.

Yates, John –

Of 148, Church Street, Little Lever, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915.

Yates, John T –

Husband of Mary Ann Yates, of 13, Albert Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Young, Thomas Alfred –

Son of Alfred Amos and Elizabeth Ellen Young, of 32, Pearson Street, Lower Broughton, Lancashire.

Younger, John Ramsay –

Brother of Mrs. C. T. Taylor, of “Roundhay”, Meadows Road, Urmston, Lancashire. Native of Flixton, Lancashire. Of “Iona”, Marlborough Road, Flixton, Lancashire. Formerly Sergeant 2402, Cheshire Regiment. Commissioned 14/12/1914.