Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Abbey, James –

Son of John Abbey, of 78, Willows Lane, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Mary Ann Abbey (nee Carroll); husband of Mary Ellen Abbey (nee Hayhurst). Formerly employed by the London and North Western Railway Company as a porter.

Abbott, Richard –

Husband of Annie Ellen Abbott (nee Chaisty), of 108, Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Lancashire. Address on discharge, 3, Albert Street, Horwich, Lancashire.

Abbott, William –

Son of Daniel and Charlotte Abbott, of 68, Church Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915.

Abbotts, Harold –

Son of Emily Jane Abbotts, of 21, Dorset Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Frederick Abbott; husband of Mabel Abbotts (nee Taylor), of 46, Hereford Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1915 “Group System”. Formerly Driver (T) 896132, Royal Field Artillery.

Acton, W –

Of 7, Simms Square, Aspull, Lancashire, and formerly of Blackrod, Lancashire. Wounded 22/11/1916.

Adamson, Joseph –

Son of Joseph Thomas Adamson, of 11, Oxford Grove, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Mary Ellen Adamson. Enlisted October 1915.

Adamson, Thomas –

Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Adamson, of Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Elizabeth Adamson, of 6, Slater Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Acting Bombardier on Medal Card, promoted 21/10/1915, and reverted to Gunner 15/03/1916 for misconduct. Attached X 31st Trench Mortar Battery.

Adkin, Reginald –

Son of Mr. W. H. Adkins, of 3, Polefield Road, Blackley, Manchester, Lancashire. Formerly Sergeant, reverted to Gunner at own request.

Ainscough, John –

Husband of Jessie Anna Ainscough (nee Peters), of 262, Mort Street, Hindley, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Dan –

Son of Robert and Ann Ainsworth; husband of Ethel Ainsworth (nee Austin), of 71, Musgrave Road, Bolton, Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Harry –

Son of Edward and Mary Ainsworth, of Salford, Lancashire; husband of Lillie Ainsworth, of 6, Driffield Street, Moss Side, Lancashire.

Alcock, Stephen –

Son of John and Elizabeth Alcock; husband of Sarah Hannah Alcock, of 130, Settle Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Gunner 713, Royal Field Artillery.

Alcock, George Alfred –

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alcock, of 130, Settle Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Gunner 938, Royal Field Artillery. Attached 47th Quick Firing Battery, Royal Horse and Field Artillery, Indian Army. Admitted to hospital with jaundice from Gallipoli in October 1915. Drowned en-route back to the front from leave.