Son of Samuel Ball, and of Elizabeth Ball, of Swinton, Lancashire.
Son of John and Mary Ann Boardman, of Leigh, Lancashire.
Of 2, Short Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Reported prisoner of war at Wittenberg Camp.
Son of Richard and Lily Cannon, of Rochdale, Lancashire.
Of 39, Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Captured at the first battle of Ypres 14/11/1914 and interned prisoner of war at Wittenberg.
Son of Mrs. Chatterton, of 39, Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Prisoner of war. Reported exchanged and in Holland in April 1918.
Husband of Mary Christy (nee Jost), of 29, Ainsworth Street, Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed as a mainlayer in the Gas Department of the Bolton Corporation. Served at the battles of Mons and the Aisne, and wounded twice at Ypres.
Son of Alexander and Mary Jane Cooper, of 126, Cliffe Field Road, Meersbrook, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
An old boy of Bolton Grammar School (1909-1912).
Son of Samuel Arthur and Mary Louise Crossley; husband of Dorothy Margaret Crossley, of Worsley, Lancashire. Formerly Lancashire Fusiliers.
Son of the late John and Ellen Cunningham.
Formerly Private 10831, 1st Bn., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) and is recorded under these details in the Bolton County Borough Roll of Honour.
Son of William Henry and Ellen Davies, of Kensington, London.
Son of Frederick Gray, of Pendleton, Lancashire.
Husband of Mary J. Henthorne (nee Feeney).
Son of James and Ellen Higginbottom; nephew of Mrs. A Melody.
Son of Edwin William Hinckley, of 449, Walmersley Road, Bury, Lancashire.
Son of Joseph and Emma Hopwood, of Radcliffe, Lancashire; husband of Mary Jane Melling (formerly Hopwood), of 10, Parr Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire.