Of 47, Brindle Heath Road, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Son of Mr. J. O’Connor, of 30, Heaton Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire.
Of 3, Bishop Street, Pendleton, Lancashire.
Husband of Mrs. Scholes, of 25, Ferneyside, Little Lever, Lancashire. Served in the South African Campaign.
Son of Mrs. Shannon, of 73, Arnold Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted and served in the South African Campaign with the Lancashire Fusiliers. Formerly employed as a policeman in Cape Town and in Liverpool. Re-enlisted for War Service in September 1914. Linked to St. Matthew’s Church.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sharples, of 25, Leicester Street, Horwich, Lancashire. Enlisted August 1914. Posted as Wounded and Missing since 27/11/1917.
Son of W. B. and Mary Jane Taylor, of 20, Trafalgar Street, York, Yorkshire.
Son of Reuben and Mary Webster. Of 157, Whit Lane, Pendleton, Lancashire. A 1st Class Signaller. Wounded by gunshot to right thigh 30/10/1914 and treated at 3rd Field Ambulance. Wounded by gunshot arm and hand and shell shock 30/03/1916.
Son of the late James and Mary Ann Alice Wood; husband of Leona G. E. Wood, of 12, Bargates, Whitchurch, Shropshire. Formerly a member of the Liverpool Police Force. Died in hospital at Le Treport, France, from wounds received in action 09/10/1917.