Regiment: Royal Naval Reserve

Allen, Michael Joseph –

Son of Michael and Catherine Allen, of New Ross, County Wexford; husband of Marianne Allen, of 8, Derby Road, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire. Body not recovered for burial.

Barbour, John Morton –

Son of Neil Smith Barbour and Jessie Morton Barbour, of 69, South Grove, Brooklands, Sale, Cheshire. Body not recovered for burial.

Boler, James Matthew –

Son of William H. and Margaret E. Bold, of Salford, Lancashire. Of 26, Benson Street, Salford, Lancashire, and formerly of 24, Bolton Road, Pendleton, Lancashire. Previously served on HMS Foxglove. Body not recovered for burial.

Brown, William Roby –

Only surviving son of George and M. A. Brown, of 28, Darley Grove, Farnworth, Lancashire; husband of Mary Jane Brown (nee Johnston).

Brown, Jack Russell –

Son of Mrs. Mary Brown, of 12, Columbia Road, Bolton, Lancashire, and the late Mr. F. A. Brown.

Clegg, George –

If 114, Elgin Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Promotion from Second Lieutenant to Lieutenant.

Close, Harold –

Son of George and Annie Close, of Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire.

Davies, Ernest –

Son of John and Martha Crabtree Davies, of 10, Canada Street, Horwich, Lancashire.

Dawes, Edward John –

Son of Richard and Catherine Dawes, of “Elsich”, 111, Wattle Valley Road, East Camberwell, Melbourne, Australia. Died from influenza and other complications.

Graves, Alan Henry Sanderson –

Son of Thomas and Esther Graves, of Vernon Bank, Vernon Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1891-1894).

Greenhalgh, Thomas Beddoes –

Only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Greenhalgh, of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex; husband of May Greenhalgh (nee Stevenson), of Belmont Road, Bolton, Lancashire.

Griffiths, John (Jack) Stanley –

Third son of Major Thomas Robert Griffiths and Lily Morrill Griffiths, of “Airlee”, Telscombe Road, Peacehaven, Newhaven, Sussex, and formerly of 30, Bromwich Street, Haulgh, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of the Bolton Church Institute (1908-1909) and the Rivington and Blackrod Grammar School. Died from wounds on HMS Triumph in the Dardanelles.

Hardy, J –

A member of the Bolton Corps of the St. John Ambulance Brigade.