Regiment: Manchester Regiment

Ackerley, Sydney –

Son of Alfred Vernon Ackerley and Clementina Ackerley, of 17, Regent Square, Salford, Lancashire. Prior to the war he worked at Thomas Collier and Sons, High Street, Manchester.

Ackerley, Sydney – Lance Corporal

Son of Alfred Vernon Ackerley and Clementina Ackerley, of 17, Regent Square, Salford, Lancashire. Prior to the war he worked at Thomas Collier and Sons, High St, Manchester. Sydney was awarded the Military Medal for placing a German machine gun out of action under heavy fire. Brother of Harold Ackerley.

Adams, Benjamin – Private

Son of Herbert and Mary Adams, of 85, Firs Street, Cadishead, Lancashire. Reached rank of Corporal in 21st Battalion, Manchester Regiment, but was demoted back to Private for absenting himself. Was also wounded in both legs.

Adams, Benjamin –

Son of Herbert and Mary Adams, of 85, Firs Street, Cadishead, Lancashire. Reached rank of Corporal in 21st Bn., Manchester Regiment, but was demoted back to Private for absenting himself. He was also wounded in both legs.

Adamson, Charles –

Of 43, Siemens Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Formerly Private 19873, 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Addison, Frederick (Fred) –

Eldest son of John Addison, churchwarden of Kearsley (St. Stephen) Church, and Mary Addison, of 330, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. Kearsley (St. Stephen) C.E. Church Roll of Honour.

Adshead, John – Private

Husband of Alice Adshead (nee Wallwork), of 18, Freehold Street, Pendleton, Lancashire. Discharged as not likely to become an efficient soldier 19 October 1914.

Adshead, John –

Husband of Alice Adshead (nee Wallwork), of 18, Freehold Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, James – Sergeant

Husband of Catherine Ainsworth (nee Tobin), of 8, Nuttall Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Of 186, Deane Church Lane, Bolton, Lancashire.