Son of Thomas and Eleanor Burton, of 32, Red Bridge, Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Interred in Svyatnavolok Churchyard, Russia.
Son of Mrs. M. Clarke, of 31, Carr Street, Deans, Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Clayton, of 2, Irwell Grove, Eccles, Lancashire.
Son of Mary Cox, of 205, Glebe Street, Leigh, Lancashire, and the late Edward Cox.
Son of Albert H. and Catherine Dale, of 83, Clarendon Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Brother of Miss M. Delaney, of 23, Elvington Street, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire.
Son of the late Joseph and the late Edna Denton (nee Howarth), of 28, Bury Old Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 68, Windley Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Louisa Gertrude Derbyshire (nee Walker), of 32, Grecian Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914. Died of wounds (gunshot wound to head) at No.11 Casualty Clearing Station, “W” Beach.
Son of Sarah Dewhurst, of 12, Bemsley Street, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas P. Dodson, of 10, Robertson Street, Eccles New Road, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of the late Robert and Mary Dover, of 7, Larchwood Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Attached 1st Field Ambulance, Royal Marine Medical Unit. Drowned at Alexandria, Egypt.
Of 68, Peel Street, Farnworth, Lancashire.
An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School.
Son of John and Mary Emma Edge, of 17, Cambridge Street, Lower Broughton, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Margaret Edwards, of 12, Mocha Street, off Dean Street, Broughton, Salford, Lancashire. Body not recovered for burial.
Son of Joseph and Sarah E. Farnworth, of 131, Cleggs Lane, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Peel Hall Colliery Company. Reported missing since 28/04/1917 at Arras and subsequently confirmed to have been captured prisoner of war. Repatriated 06/12/1918.
Son of Joseph and Sarah E. Farnworth, of 131, Cleggs Lane, Little Hulton, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Peel Hall Colliery Company. Buried at sea.
Son of Alexander and Martha Ann Fenney; Brother of Frank Fenney, of 5, Holt Street, Clifton, Lancashire. Served in the Dardanelles campaign. Commended for service whilst on HMS Lion in 1916. Reported wounded 07/05/1915. Formerly Deal Bn., Royal Marine Light Infantry. Family surname sometimes also recorded as FENNY.
Son of Mrs. Ferguson, of 10, Balshaw Street, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Died at Penzance, Cornwall, as he was returning to his ship when he slipped on the wet decks and fell overboard.
Son of the late James William and Ellen Fisher (nee Challinor), of The Grove, Waterloo, Liverpool, Lancashire, and formerly of Gladstone Villa, Farnworth, Lancashire. An old boy of Farnworth Grammar School. Enlisted 1914.