Son of Edward and Mary Ainsworth, of 6, Brighton Street, Salford, Lancashire; husband of Harriet Ainsworth, of 180, Tatton Street, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 5074, Monmouthshire Regiment.
Son of Joseph Warwick Ashton and Eleanor Ashton, of Manchester, Lancashire. Formerly PS/10592, Royal Fusiliers.
Son of James and Mary Jane Bailey, of Kearsley, Lancashire.
Of 224, Lee Lane, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1915. Formerly Corporal PS/7214, 18th Bn., Royal Fusiliers.
Formerly GS/4976, Lancers.
Son of Rowland and Henrietta Baxendale (nee Staton), of 50, Baldwin Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Maud Baxendale (nee Barton), of 24, Fern Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Posted missing since 23/03/1918 and subsequently confirmed prisoner of war in Germany.
Of 23, Rawsthorne Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted December 1915. Formerly 9634, Royal Fusiliers.
Son of Edward Brooks; husband of Ellen Greenhalgh (formerly Brooks), of 5, Alicia Street, Darcy Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 267136, Middlesex Regiment.
Son of Andrew R. D. and Ellen Maria Bryson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Lancashire. Formerly 33246, Lancashire Fusiliers.
Son of Ellen Byrom, of 33, Buckley Street, Broughton, Lancashire; husband of Annie Byrom, of 8, Buckley Street, Broughton, Lancashire. Formerly 5435, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry.
Son of the Reverend Theodore Charles Chapman, M.A. and Alice Barr Chapman, of 24, Canynge Square, Clifton, Bristol; husband of Helen Lees Chapman, of Victoria Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire. His brothers Gordon and Perceval also fell.
Son of Thomas Alfred and Mary Crompton, of The Beeches, Worsley Road, Swinton, Lancashire.
Formerly 1604, 7th Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers.
Son of James and Ada Gee, of Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire; husband of Edna May Gee, of Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire.
Youngest son of Mr. H. Goater, of 57, Fletcher Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded 20/09/1917
Husband of Mrs. Goulbourne, of 23, St. Helens Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Joined the colours in February 1917. Posted missing since 21/03/1918 and subsequently confirmed prisoner of war.
Son of John and Sarah Green, of 265, Wardour Street, Atherton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 36118, 1st/5th Bn., Border Regiment. Died of sickness at Glasgow.
Of 8, Francis Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted March 1915.
Son of Joseph Haslam, and of Ann Haslam, of Salford, Lancashire.
Son of James and Nancy Holmes, of 205, Derby Street, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 35329, Border Regiment.