Of 24, Charles Rupert Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 38 as an absentee from North Minden Barracks, Deep Cut, Hampshire since 18/12/1918 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 23/12/1918 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/30).
Son of John James and Ellen Battersby, of Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Grammar School (1896-1902).
Possibly Rowland, husband of Henrietta Baxendale (nee Staton), of 119, Gibraltar Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 50, Baldwin Street, Bolton, Lancashire, who died in Bolton aged 53, and was interred at Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery on 12/07/1919 in grave 2. X. NC. 4.
Elder son of Mr. and Mrs. William Baxendale, of 51, Shrewsbury Road, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Wounded at the Battle of Loos. Brother Jim served in Italy.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Booth, of 249, Ashworth Lane, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Resided with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Haslam, of St. George’s Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Severely wounded in the left forearm September 1916 during the action for which he won the Military Cross.
Harry had served with the Liverpool Regiment (269415) prior to being transferred to the Royal Fusiliers. SDGW gives the following additional information: Formerly 8125, Liverpool Regiment, posted 26th Royal Fusiliers.
Son of Walter and Marion Britain, of Holly Bank Cottage, Station Bridge, Eccles, Lancashire. From service records resided Holly Bank Cottage, Eccles, Lancashire. Occupation, Clerk.
Husband of Mrs. Brooks (nee Walmsley), of 172, Swinton Hall Road, Swinton, Lancashire. Formerrly of 30, Croft Street, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Pendleton Co-Operative Society. Formerly Rifleman 374, 5th Bn., King’s Royal Rifle Corps.
Son of Robert John and Ursula Chapman, of 42, Brooke Road, Stone Newington, London. B.A. Oxon (Pembroke). Formerly a master at the Bolton School.
Son of George and Emma A. W. Corbett, of Heaton Grange Gardens, Chorley New Road, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed in the Borough Treasurer’s Department of Bolton Corporation. Wounded by shrapnel in the thigh 12/05/1917. Died of gunshot wounds in the spine at the 24th Stationary Hospital, El Kantara, Egypt.
Son of Mr. W. J. and Mrs. K. P. Costello, of 26, Seedley Park Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Formerly 26341, Somerset Light Infantry. Royal Irish Rifles.
Son of Rev. John and Caroline Rushton Day (nee Daintree), of 34, Ruabon Street, Wrexham, Denbighshire, and formerly of 30, Wellesley Road, Colchester, Essex. His father, the Rev. John Day was formerly Wesleyan minister in Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 25/09/1915 at Loos and died at 6th London Field Ambulance the following day. Reported as Eustace in BJ&G.
Son of George and Jane Dornan, of 105, Bradford Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Late of the Bolton County Borough Treasurer’s department. Formerly Private 1797, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; formerly Private 1782, 15th Bn., London Regiment. Served in Salonika.
Son of William and Alice Ann Elliott, of 3, St. Helier’s Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Tr/7/40040, 59th Training Reserve Bn.
Youngest son of William W. and Margaret Farrington, of Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Sergeant, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; formerly King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Commissioned from the ranks. Reported wounded in the leg and arm and missing since 29/11/1917 at Cambrai and subsequently confirmed prisoner of war.
Son of Thomas and Mary Ann Flint, of Salford, Lancashire. Formerly M2/103534, Royal Army Service Corps. Recorded as Rifle Brigade on SDGW.
Eldest son of ex-Police Sergeant Joseph Fraser, of the Turton police force, and Jeannie Fraser, of 225, Belmont Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 354, Darwen Road, Bromley Cross, Turton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1900). Enlisted September 1914. Commissioned 1915. Wounded in France June 1916 and treated at the Great Portland Street Military Hospital, London.
Son of Thomas and Mary Gerard, of Holbeck Cottage, Windermere, Westmorland. Of Sindsley House, Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of Walter Sumner and Julia Elizabeth Gibson; husband of Hester Worth Gibson, of 34, Station Road, Petersfield, Hampshire.
Son of Joseph David Greely, and brother of Prudence Frances Allmark (nee Greely), of 21, Springfield Lane, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 70304, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died at the 65th Casualty Clearing Station, Egypt.