Regiment: Royal Marine Medical Unit

Ashton, John – Private

Son of Reuben and Mary Ann Ashton, of Victoria House, Victoria Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Ashton, John –

Son of Reuben and Mary Ann Ashton, of Victoria House, Victoria Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire.

Beardsworth, Arthur – Private

Son of John William Beardsworth and Mrs. Beardsworth, of 35, Darley Street, Brownlow Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the St. John Ambulance Brigade.

Beardsworth, Albert –

Son of John William Beardsworth and Clara Beardsworth (nee Greenwood), of 35, Darley Street, Brownlow Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. Severely wounded in the right arm by shrapnel in March 1918.

Beardsworth, Arthur –

Son of John William Beardsworth and Clara Beardsworth (nee Greenwood), of 35, Darley Street, Brownlow Fold, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Attached to the Hood Bn.

Blanchflower, Walter –

Son of William and Ann Blanchflower, of 69, Latham Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade.

Cooper, Charles Gordon – Private

Son of James and E. Cooper, of 62, Eddingdon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly in the service of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, at Bolton, Lancashire.

Cooper, Charles Gordon –

Son of James and E. Cooper, of 62, Essingdon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Formerly in the service of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, at Bolton, Lancashire.

Covell, Albert –

Of 102, Beverley Road, Bolton, Lancashire. Invalided home with enteric fever from Egypt in January 1916.