Regiment: Machine Gun Corps

Bleasdale, Herbert – Corporal

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bleasdale, of 504, Chorley Old Road, Smithills, Bolton, Lancashire; nephew of Alderman Knowles Edhe, J.P., of Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private and Lance Corporal 2616, 2nd/5th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Enlisted October 1914. Awarded Military Medal for gallant conduct on 31 July 1917. Demobilised 22 April 1919.

Daubney, David – Private

Of 4, Turton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 2235, Manchester Regiment; 6166, 4th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; 73106, Machine Gun Corps. Reported missing 30 November 1917, and reported later Prisoner of War in Germany. Continued in service after the conclusion of the World War I. One of five soldier brothers.

Foreman, Herbert (Bert) –

Son of Emily Braham Foreman, of 14, Emerald Street, Blackburn Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Alexander Foreman, and formerly of 11, Astley Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Machine Gun Section, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Harrison, Ernest C – Lance Corporal

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrison, of 2, Ashbee Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and later of Ashworth Lane, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire. Awarded the Military Medal on his 25th birthday. Formerly Lance Corporal, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, West Riding Regiment in 1917. His only brother serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps.

Heywood, Leonard – Lieutenant

Son of Mr. T. Heywood, of the Bolton Corporation Gas Department, and of 591, Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Heywood, of 200, Chorley Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Royal Fusiliers, enlisting February 1915, and commissioned in August 1916 as Second Lieutenant, and promoted to Lieutenant in April 1917.

Monks, J A – Lance Corporal

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Monks, of 51, Mount Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Wounded in the shoulder and wrist 18 February 1917.

Noon, John – Sergeant

Husband of Mrs. Noon, of 22, Weston Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Awarded Military Medal on 27 September 1917 at Ypres.

Roberts, Stanley – Private

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of 14, Plover Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Reported missing since 21 March 1918, and subsequently confirmed captured Prisoner of War in Germany.