Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers

Ball, Leonard –

Son of Samuel Ball, and of Elizabeth Ball, of Swinton, Lancashire.

Burns, James –

Of 2, Short Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Reported prisoner of war at Wittenberg Camp.

Chadderton, James –

Of 39, Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Captured at the first battle of Ypres 14/11/1914 and interned prisoner of war at Wittenberg.

Chatterton, James E –

Son of Mrs. Chatterton, of 39, Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Prisoner of war. Reported exchanged and in Holland in April 1918.

Christy, William –

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.

Cooper, John E –

Son of Alexander and Mary Jane Cooper, of 126, Cliffe Field Road, Meersbrook, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Crossley, Arthur Neville –

Son of Samuel Arthur and Mary Louise Crossley; husband of Dorothy Margaret Crossley, of Worsley, Lancashire. Formerly Lancashire Fusiliers.

Darrock, James –

Formerly Private 10831, 1st Bn., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) and is recorded under these details in the Bolton County Borough Roll of Honour.

Hopwood, Samuel –

Son of Joseph and Emma Hopwood, of Radcliffe, Lancashire; husband of Mary Jane Melling (formerly Hopwood), of 10, Parr Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire.