Regiment: Suffolk Regiment

Cooper, James –

Brother of Mrs. Ramsden (nee Cooper), of 82, Grasmere Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted September 1914.

Dawson, William –

Son of Mrs. S. Dawson, of 77, High Street, Belmont, Lancashire. Formerly 24443, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Dixon, Ernest –

Of 20, Acton Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Caught aged 28 as an absentee from Felixstowe since 27/01/1917 appearing before Bolton Magistrates 12/04/1917 to be sent back to his unit under escort. (Bolton Archives: JBO/1/28).

Dyer, James –

Formerly worked at the Horwich Loco Works. Missing since the battle of Le Cateau.

Gorman, John –

Son of James and Catherine Gorman, of Dorset Street, Tutton Street, Salford, Lancashire; husband of Mary Jane Gorman, of 9, Heaps Buildings, Regent Street, Salford, Lancashire. Formerly 12959, Hussars of the Line.

Hall, William –

Son-in-Law of Mrs. Hamer, of 51, Chapel Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded.

Haslam, William –

Son of Rachel Haslam (nee Parkinson), of 326, Manchester Road East, Little Hulton, Lancashire, and the late John Haslam; husband of Ada Haslam (nee Potter), of 263, Manchester Road East, Little Hulton, Lancashire. Formerly 17080, 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Hodson, George –

Son of George and Marion Hodson, of 60, Derby Street, Bolton, Lancashire. An old boy of Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Formerly 20011, 20th Bn., Hussars of the Line.

Houghton, Lewis –

Husband of Elizabeth Jane Houghton (nee Settle), of 19 Marsh Road, Little Lever, Lancashire. Previous service with the Lancashire Fusiliers as Private 4507 and discharged as time-expired. Formerly Lance Corporal 20203, 3rd Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; formerly Corporal 29341, 2nd Garrison Bn., Suffolk Regiment. Home service only. Attached Military Provost Staff Corps.

Howarth, Thomas –

Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howarth, of 17, Clelland Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted February 1917, King’s Liverpool Regiment. Wounded in the chest and taken prisoner of war April 1918.

Hunter, Stanley –

Son of William and Margaret Hunter (nee Southerwood), of 15, Matthew Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Private 17088, 3rd and 1st Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded in October 1915 in France and treated at Wharncliffe Hospital, Sheffield. Also treated for shrapnel fragments at Cliff Military Hospital, Felixstowe in March 1916.

Jones, Charles –

Son of Mr. George Jones, of 174, Harriet Street, Walkden, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1914. Formerly 17872, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 21/11/1917 in the legs.

Lancaster, Fred –

Of 123, Ellesmere Street, Farnworth, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1914. Formerly 18099, 6th Bn., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Shot through the lung in 1915 and spent 3 months in hospital in Malta and a further 2 years in England. Returned to France in May 1918 with the King’s Liverpool Regiment. Killed by gunshots to the head. Memorial in Farnworth Cemetery.

Leeming, A –

Of 38, Milford Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Wounded prisoner of war.

Park, James Fulton –

Son of George and Elizabeth Park (nee Chambers), of 139, Westbrook Street, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Esther Allen Park, of 22, Campsbourne Road, Hornsey, London. Formerly a member of the Male Nursing Association and previously served in the Royal Army Medical Corps from 1904-08. Killed at Ypres.