Regiment: Welsh Guards

Almond, William –

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.

Almond, William – Lance Corporal

Son of Edwin Almond, of 40, Lena Street, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly Trooper 169, Household Battalion. Demobilised Class Z 20 November 1919.

Butterworth, Stanley –

Son of James and Annie Butterworth, of Salford, Lancashire; nephew of Miss. J. Butterworth, of Salford, Lancashire.

Lewis, George Albert – Guardsman (Private)

Son of John and Sarah Lewis, of 40, Station Road, Burry Port, Carmarthenshire. Rejected as “unfit”. Underwent operation in Llanelly Hospital to render himself “fit”.

Lewis, George Albert –

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”.

Murray, Samuel Rothwell –

Son of Joseph and Mary Ann Murray, of 159, Morris Green Lane, Bolton, Lancashire. Formerly 2720, Household Bn.

Welsby, Gilbert – Guardsman (Private)

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.

Welsby, Gilbert –

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.