Fifth son of John Addison, churchwarden of Kearsley (St. Stephen) Church, and Mary Addison, of 330, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. Formerly Private 1363, Middlesex Regiment. Kearsley (St. Stephen) C.E. Church Roll of Honour.
Son of William Henry and Mary Jane Annells; husband of Edith Rose Annells, of 1, Cypress Cottage, Brasted, Kent.
Of Market Place, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted July 1915. Formerly 10313, 1st Bn., Royal Scots. Formerly 485411, Labour Corps. Wounded.
NOTE:- Served as Thomas COOPER. Son of Alfred and Mary Ashcroft, of 50, Kent Road, Blackpool, Lancashire.
Of 20, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914 in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 11/07/1915 in the shoulder and ear by shrapnel.
Of 3, James Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Formerly Private 18423, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of William and Sarah Jane Aspinall, of 66, Spring Gardens, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915. Formerly 25648, Sherwood Foresters.
Husband of Kate Barber, of Swanland, Hull, Yorkshire. Formerly 25863, East Yorkshire Regiment.
Son of Mr. W. Barnes, of Clegg’s Lane, Little Hulton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Barnes, of Breighmet, Lancashire. Formerly Public Schools’ Bn., Royal Fusiliers. Wounded July 1916.
Son of Wiliam and Maria Alice Bleakley, of 217, Folds Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 04/02/1915.
Son of Elsie Mary Wills (formerly Booth, nee Monk), formerly of Horrobin Fold, Turton, Lancashire, and the late Captain Robert Hutchinson Booth, RASC, who died in 1916. Of The Old House, Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
Husband of Patience Boulter (nee Horridge), of 15, Rosebery Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Married at Harwood Wesleyan Chapel November 1916.
Son of James Edward and Edith Broadbent, of 2, Chandos Grove, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire.
Husband of Elizabeth Ellen Brown, of 85, Charles Street, Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of the late James Walter Calvert and of Emma Calvert, of 5, Goldsmith Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly PS/8950, Royal Fusiliers.
Formerly 5574, King’s Own (Somerset) Light Infantry. Service number recorded as G/59825 on SDGW.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chamberlain of Liverpool, Lancashire; husband of Emma Gault (formerly Chamberlain), of 36, Schofield Road, Peel Green, Patricroft, Lancashire.
Son of Reverend William Henry and Rose Eliza Claxton, of 46, Hampton Road, Forest Gate, London. Father was former pastor of the New Jerusalem Church, Bolton Road, Kearsley, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Municipal Secondary School. One of four out of five sons lost. Posted missing following an attack on Turkish outposts and subsequently presumed killed.
Of 41, Capstan Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1915.