Regiment: Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders

Agnew, Harold –

Son of James and Florence Agnew; husband of Mary Agnew, of Oldham, Lancashire.

Carew, John Stanislaus –

Son of Michael Joseph and Louisa Carew, of Salford, Lancashire. NOTE: The ‘Army WW2 Roll of Honour’ records date of death as 28/12/1944, but on CWGC recorded as 28/12/1943, and headstone at grave (photo on internet) records 1943 also.

Edge, James –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edge, of 20, Curzon Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed at Messrs. William Walker and Sons, Ltd., Rose Hill Tannery. Enlisted November 1915. Formerly 204206, 1st/6th Bn., Seaforth Highlanders. Wounded 02/08/1918 by gunshot to left leg. Treated at hospital in Nottingham.

France, John –

Son of William and Elizabeth France, of Wellington Street, Bolton, Lancashire.

Gerrard, Alec –

Caught aged 32 as a deserter from Invergordon since 17/10/1917 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 05/11/1917 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/28).

Hutchinson, Laurence –

Son of William and Sarah Hutchinson, of 6, Hills Place, Union Street, Whit Lane, Pendleton, Lancashire.

McKay, James –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. James McKay, of Salford, Lancashire; husband of Ivy McKay, of Pendleton, Lancashire.

Pierce, Frederick –

Son of George and Mary Pierce; husband of Mary Agnes Pierce, of Trafford Park, Manchester, Lancashire.

Simpson, Robert McPhail –

Caught aged 24 as an absentee from Invergordon since 29/05/1917 appearing before Bolton Magistrates on 07/06/1917, adjourned to 11/06/1917 for this and an alleged theft from Henry Walker of 20 Greenhalgh Street on 05 or 06/06/1917. Found guilty and sentenced to 3 months hard labour for the theft. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/27).

Wilson, Arthur Cecil –

Son of Mr. W. T. Wilson, M.P., of 98, Mornington Road, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly Lance Corporal, 1st Bn., King’s Liverpool Regiment. Commissioned June 1915.