Ernest Warner France 20th Aug 1916. Rank: Private Service No: 3262 Date of Death: 20/08/1916 Age: 22 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 2nd/7th Bn. Grave Reference VIII. B. 146. Cemetery BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY Additional Information: Son of William and Jane Warner, of 16, Kara St., Seedly, Manchester.
Stephen Sharples, France 1st July 1916. Rank: Corporal Service No: 11757 Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 34 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 16th Bn. Panel Reference Pier and Face 3 C and 3 D. Memorial THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
James Sydney Bolas R.N. Gallipoli 12th Jan 1916 Rank: Flight Sub-Lieutenant Date of Death: 12/01/1916 Age: 23 Regiment/Service: Royal Naval Air Service Panel Reference Panel 2. Memorial HELLES MEMORIAL Additional Information: Son of James and Margaret Bolas, of "Westwood," Broad Oak Park, Monton, Manchester.
Amos Davies, France, 25th Aug 1917. Rank: Private Service No: 84056 Date of Death: 25/08/1917 Age: 31 Regiment/Service: Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 244th Coy. Grave Reference I. C. 2. Cemetery FINS NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, SOREL-LE-GRAND Additional Information: Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Davies, of Eccles, Manchester; husband of Martha Druscilla Davies, of 10, Hawthorn Avenue, Monton, Manchester.
Private Walter Norbury, 6th Glos, died at St Albans 14th Dec 1915. Rank: Private Service No: 2262 Date of Death: 10/12/1915 Regiment/Service: Army Cyclist Corps South Midland Cyclist Coy. Grave Reference J. NC. 13300. Cemetery PEEL GREEN CEMETERY Additional Information: Son of Mrs S.E. Norbury, of Brooklands, Half Edge, Lanc, Eccles.
Ernest Derbyshire, Dardanelles 6th Sept 1915. Rank: Lance Corporal Service No: 9401 Date of Death: 06/09/1915 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 9th Bn. Grave Reference II. L. 214. Cemetery EAST MUDROS MILITARY CEMETERY
Frank Aldred, RNVR, died at Deal 23rd July 1918. Rank: Able Seaman Service No: Mersey Z/2480 Date of Death: 23/07/1918 Age: 20 Regiment/Service: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve S.S. "Willingtonia." Grave Reference J. NC. 13170. Cemetery PEEL GREEN CEMETERY Additional Information: Son of Mr. W. Aldred, of "Oakwood," Brackley Rd., Monton Green, Eccles Cause of Death: Died from disease
And Fred Stanley Aldred, 21st Oct 1916. Rank: Private Service No: 29747 Date of Death: 21/10/1916 Regiment/Service: The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 9th Bn. Grave Reference V. E. 20. Cemetery REGINA TRENCH CEMETERY, GRANDCOURT
Samuel Burgess, France 4th July 1916. Rank: Private Service No: 17354 Date of Death: 04/07/1916 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 19th Bn. Grave Reference I. C. 22. Cemetery WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION
Frank Burgess, France 6th April 1918. Rank: Lance Corporal Service No: 12540 Date of Death: 06/04/1918 Age: 21 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 16th Bn. Grave Reference VI. D. 41. Cemetery DOULLENS COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION NO.1 Additional Information: Son of Samuel and Sarah Jane Burgess, of Eccles.
Lieut Colonel J A Fallows, Dardanelles 1915. Rank: Lieutenant Colonel Date of Death: 06/06/1915 Age: 50 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 8th Bn Awards: T D Grave Reference A. 9. Cemetery LANCASHIRE LANDING CEMETERY Additional Information: Husband of Eva Fallows, of 46, Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, London.
Charles Alfred Kay, 11th Feb 1919. Rank: Rifleman Service No: Z/6021 Date of Death: 01/02/1919 Age: 26 Regiment/Service: Rifle Brigade transf. to (609788) 25th Coy. Labour Corps Grave Reference J. 13521. Cemetery PEEL GREEN CEMETERY Additional Information Son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Alice Kay.
Born 1893. A well known cricketer who played for Eccles Cricket Club. Worked for British Petroleum. Died from influenza
Joseph A Kay (Arthur), France 12th Oct 1916. Rank: Private Service No: 9174 Date of Death: 12/10/1916 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 2nd Bn. Panel Reference Pier and Face 3 C and 3 D. Memorial THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Lived at Alma St, Eccles. Spent three months in hospital suffering with shell shock.
George Pollitt D.C.M., 875, Royal Engineers, 18th Aug 1980.
For conspicuous gallantry near Krithia, Gallipoli Peninsula, on the night of 6th-7th June 1915. He volunteered under an Officer with four other Sappers to make a communication trench under heave fire. He showed the highest courage under very difficult circumstances, three of the five being killed.
Thomas Cunningham, Gallipoli 6th June 1915. Rank: Private Service No: 1322 Date of Death: 06/06/1915 Age: 20 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers "A" Coy. 1st/7th Bn. Panel Reference Panel 58 to 72 or 218 to 219. Memorial HELLES MEMORIAL Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Cunningham, of 30, Southern St., Seedley, Salford, Manchester.
George Cunningham, France 11th April 1918. Rank: Private Service No: 43980 Date of Death: 11/04/1918 Age: 20 Regiment/Service: South Lancashire Regiment 1st/4th Bn. Grave Reference IV. A. 16. Cemetery BROWN'S ROAD MILITARY CEMETERY, FESTUBERT Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cunningham, of 30, Southern St., Seedley, Salford, Manchester. Born at Ashton-under-Lyne.
Wilfred Baggaley, France 1st Aug 1918. Rank: Private Service No: 301368 Date of Death: 01/08/1918 Regiment/Service: Royal Scots 1st/9th Bn. Grave Reference I. D. 9. Cemetery RAPERIE BRITISH CEMETERY, VILLEMONTOIRE Additional Information: Husband of M. G. Baggaley, of 29, Park St., Swallow-in-Ashfield, Notts.
On August 1st Private William Baggaley, of 29 Park St, Sutton, was killed in action. He was 29 years of age, and previous to enlistment was a member of the Queen's Palace Orchestra, and also assisted at the Post Office. He left a widow and two children Wilfred was killed by machine gun fire in an attack which cost the Royal Scots 1st/9th Battalion many causalities. From: www.oldnotts.co.uk/sutton/memorial/ww1/baguley_w2.htm
How did Wilfred's sisters and brother die? All died within 10 days of each other in 1904.