Son of Edwin Almond, of 40, Lena Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly employed by the Bolton Chronicle in the Commercial Department. Formerly Trooper 169, Household Bn. Gassed and burned and in a base hospital at Rouen in October 1917.
Formerly 21734, Grenadier Guards.
Son of Thomas and Esther Ann Butterworth (nee Holden), of Edgworth, Lancashire.
Son of James and Annie Butterworth, of Salford, Lancashire; nephew of Miss. J. Butterworth, of Salford, Lancashire.
Son of Thomas and Alice Kate Flanagan (nee Heaton); husband of Elizabeth Flanagan (nee Oakley), of 70, Poplar Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Enlisted November 1916. Died at 3rd Field Ambulance, France. Reported as E Flanagan in BJ&G.
Son of John and Sarah Lewis, of 40, Station Road, Burry Port, Carmarthenshire. Originally rejected for service as “unfit”, he underwent a surgical operation in Llanelly Hospital to render himself “fit”.
Son of Joseph and Mary Ann Murray, of 159, Morris Green Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 2720, Household Bn.
Son of Edwin and Catherine Openshaw, of Ainsworth, Lancashire.
Son of John and Alice Welsby, of Salford, Lancashire; husband of Annie Reynolds (formerly Welsby), of 1, Gibbs Street, St. James’s Street, Salford, Lancashire. A drummer. Formerly 21238, Grenadier Guards.