Son of Charles Lawrence Aplin and Hannah Aplin, of Crumpsall, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Mary Atkinson, of 22, Ark Street, Lower Broughton, Lancashire.
Eldest son of Margaret Barlow, of 26, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, and the late Reverend H. T. E. Barlow, formerly of Lawford Rectory, Manningtree, Essex.
Of 7, Horrocks Street, Pendlebury, Lancashire, was a builder’s labourer who joined up aged 31. Awarded a small pension due to gunshot wound to left arm. He was interred in Swinton Unitarian Chapelyard but recently reinterred in Swinton Cemetery. His brother John was killed in action in France.
Son of William and Edith Bonner, of 32, Todd Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted aged 15 years. Formerly Private 3253, 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Captured prisoner of war 26/10/1917. Reported as Lance Corporal in BJ&G.
Son of Pearse and Mary Broomhead, of New Springs, Wigan, Lancashire. His brother, James Edward Heaton Broomhead, also died on service. Formerly King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Son of Robert John and Dorothy Burton (nee Booth), of 112, Partington Lane, Swinton, Lancashire.
Of 97, Weston Street, Great Lever, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted April 1915. Formerly 25445, Sherwood Foresters.
Son of Thomas Henry and Elizabeth Ann Demaine, of Willenhall, Staffordshire.
Son of Robert John and Catherine Garside, of Higher Broughton, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Robert and Eliza Ellen Gray, of 8, Ralph Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted October 1915. Formerly Private 7366/235277, 5th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of Joseph Edward Grocott, and of Rose Ellen Grocott, of Seedley, Salford, Lancashire.
Son of George Harrison, and of Amelia Alice Harrison, of Crossens, Southport, Lancashire. Attached No.3. Commando.
Son of William and Maria Hatton; husband of Annie Hatton, of Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire.
Formerly South Lancashire Regiment.
Husband of Florence Holt (nee Phethean), of 126, Mason Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Sapper 230792, Royal Engineers.
Husband of Mrs. Hough, of 40, South Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded prisoner of war in Germany. Formerly Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Son of James Henry and Ivy Lilley Hughes; husband of Olive Hughes, of Leigh, Lancashire.