Son of William and Elizabeth Jane Houghton, of 5, Beech Avenue, Outwood, Lancashire, and formerly of 14, Elm Avenue, Outwood, Lancashire. Death date reported as 17/10/1916 in F&WJ.
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hunt, of Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Sarah Jane James, of 36, Wiltshire Street, Higher Broughton, Lancashire, and the late John D. James.
Son of Frederick and Annie Jefferson (nee Hamilton), of 12, Sidney Street, Bolton, Lancashire, and formerly of 18, Foundry Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Alma Jefferson (nee Iddon), of 26, Sloane Street, Bolton, Lancashire.
Son of Fred and Alice Ethel Jeffrey, of Edgeside, Waterfoot, Lancashire.
Son of Mrs. Mary Ann Jenkins, of 27, Franklin Street, Whit Lane, Pendleton, Lancashire. Recorded on SDGW as James JEUKENS.
Son of John Herbert and Maud Johnson.
Of Worsley, Lancashire.
Husband of Eliza Knagg, of 74, Combermere Street, Park Road, Liverpool, Lancashire.
Son of William and Alice Lowe, of 119, Church Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Formerly 19054, 5th Dragoon Guards and 1st Reserve Regiment of Cavalry. Reported missing and subsequently presumed killed.
Son of Catherine Martin, of 24, New Brunswick Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted May 1916. Killed by the explosion of a shell at a casualty clearing station where he was assisting with tending to the wounded.
Of 15, King Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted July 1915.
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Ann Moffet, of “Ingleside”, 53, Kingsfield Road, Watford, Hertfordshire. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E. Formerly employed at the Horwich Loco Works, where he resided at 119, Mason Street, Horwich, Lancashire, before moving to a position at the Clifton Chloride Company, near Manchester. Attached 2nd Bn., Royal Scots Fusiliers.
Prisoner of war.
Husband of Alice Ann Monks, of 9, Flora Street, City Road, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire.
Husband of Fanny Maria Newman, of 12, Vine Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Served 21 years in the Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died March 1915.
Son of Walter and M. H. Parker, of Rotherham, Yorkshire.
Son of William Charles and Elizabeth Paynter, of 135, Cawdor Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Previously worked for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company at Burnden Engine Shed. Captured prisoner of war 25/09/1914. A career soldier, served since December 1899, including South African Campaign.