Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomasson, of 3, Lidgate Street, Breightmet, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914.
Of 21, Gilbert Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted January 1915. Wounded April 1916. Wounded 25/07/1918 and hospitalised at Shrewsbury.
Son of Thomas and Sarah J. Unsworth of 20, Bristol Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Died from gunshot wounds and fractured legs at No. 49, Casualty Clearing Station. Reported as Tom Unsworth in BJ&G and BC.
Of Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire.
Formerly Private 3942, Seaforth Highlanders. Wounded.
Son of James and Edith Warburton, of Weaste, Salford, Lancashire. Attached No.11 Commando.
Of 8, Clarke’s Entry, Churchgate, Bolton, Lancashire. Died aged 47 in 11/08/1918 and interred at Bolton (Tonge) Cemetery on 19/06/1918 in grave CE. 3. M2. 55.
Son of John S. and Harriet Watkinson, of 392, Eccles New Road, Weaste, Salford, Lancashire.
Husband of Elizabeth Watson, of 212, Deane Road, Bolton, Lancashire, formerly of 46, Hawthorne Street, Deane, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed in the jewellery department of the Bolton Co-Operative Society. Enlisted January 1915.
Son of James and Ivy Whowell, of Belmont, Lancashire.
Son of Edmund and Martha Wilshaw, of 30, Lower Street, New Bury, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted February 1915.
Son of Richard Woods, of Preston, Lancashire; husband of Sarah Woods, of 1, Fairburn Street, Chorley New Road, Horwich, Lancashire, and later of 15, Leven Street, Kirkdale, Lancashire. Formerly employed at Horwich Loco Works. A reservist of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Son of Ada Wright, of 80, Sherbourne Road, Blackpool, Lancashire, and the late Stephen Wright.
Second son of Mr. and Mrs. Young, of 5, Bradford Road, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Past pupil of Haulgh Council School. Formerly of the Royal Scots. Commissioned August 1917.