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BURY, LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS SOUTH AFRICAN (BOER) WAR MEMORIAL

Boer War - Detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2006
Transcription Dorothy Hargreaves 2010

The memorial is to be found in Whitehead Gardens, known as Clock Tower Gardens, in front of the Town Hall bordered by Manchester Road and Knowsley Street, Bury, Greater Manchester. It was originally situated in Market Place, Bury, but was moved in the 1980's when threatened by the traffic. It takes the form of a bronze statue of a soldier standing in Fusilier's dress, waving his cap, on a plinth upon which is the inscription. It lists the men who died from the Lancashire Fusiliers, regular, militia and volunteers, in South Africa 1900-1902. There are 170 names listed. The memorial was unveiled on 18th March 1905 by the 17th Earl of Derby; the sculptor was Sir George James Frampton. The memorial has four metal inscribed plaques, one on each of the four sides of the memorial. The names are listed in alphabetical order within rank on the memorial but have been sorted into aslpahbetical order here for ease of research and reading.


Extract taken from 'Our Regiments in South Africa' by John Stirling
published by Naval and Military Press Ltd

THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS.

THE 2nd Battalion sailed on the Norman on 2nd December, arrived at the Cape about the 19th, and was sent round to Durban. Along with the 2nd King's Royal Lancaster Regiment, 1st South Lancashire Regiment, and the 1st York and Lancaster Regiment, they formed the 11th Brigade under Major-General Woodgate, and part of the Vth Division under Sir Charles Warren. The work of the brigade has been sketched under the Royal Lancaster Regiment, and that of the Natal Army generally under the 2nd Queen's, Royal West Surrey.

When Sir Charles Warren with three brigades was sent across at Trichard's Drift, it will be remembered that the intention of the Commander-in-Chief was that the force should push, via Acton Homes, round to the rear of the Boer position. Sir Charles decided that this was not feasible, and he set about clearing the hills on his right front. On the 20th January he proceeded to put his new plan into execution. The 11th Brigade were on the British right, to the west of Spion Kop. The Lancashire Fusiliers on the right, and York and Lancaster on their left, were ordered to attack a strong position, being assisted by the other infantry, notably the Irish Brigade in the centre, and by six batteries of artillery-7th, 19th, 28th, 63rd, 73rd, and 78th—massed at Three-Tree Hill, and the naval guns at Spearman's. The ground was very difficult, and the Fusiliers were at times greatly cramped for space. About three o'clock the visible crest was stormed by a grand rush, but the troops on reaching the top found themselves in face of another and stronger position. They could do nothing but hold on like flies on a wall, as one writer says. That day cost the battalion 4 officers wounded, 18 men killed and about 90 wounded.

On the 21st the fighting was carried on chiefly at the left flank by Hildyard's brigade.

On the night of the 23rd Spion Kop was taken, the Lancashire Fusiliers being part of Woodgate's force and remaining on the summit all the 24th. An account of the Spion Kop combat is given under the 2nd Royal Lancaster. The Lancashire Fusiliers along with the other troops on the summit earned the praises of General Buller. The losses of the battalion were very severe-3 officers killed, 5 wounded, about 40 men killed, 100 wounded, and some missing.

At Vaal Krantz the brigade was ordered to make a feint attack on the British left, this was carried out satisfactorily. The battalion did not take part in the fighting between 13th and 27th February, being left along with other troops under Colonel Burn-Murdoch to hold an entrenched post near the bridge over the little Tugela at Springfield, and other positions on the left and rear. The Lancashire Fusiliers, now reduced to about 500 men, held Frere till the 26th February, when they were moved to Gun Hill and Chieveley.1 Nine officers and 16 men were mentioned in Genera Buller's despatch of 30th March 1900, chiefly for exceptional gallantry at Spion Kop, 5 being recommended for the distinguished conduct medal. In his final despatch of 9th November 1900 General Buller mentioned 7 officers and 2 non-commissioned officers, and in Lord Roberts' final despatch 10 officers and 19 non¬commissioned officers and men were mentioned.

When General Buller moved into the Transvaal the Vth Division remained about the railway, and then operated in the south-east of that country, the Utrecht-Vryheid district, and frequently saw tough fighting. The Mounted Infantry of the Lancashire Fusiliers formed part of the garrison of Yryheid when that town was attacked on 10th - 11th December 1900. After very severe fighting the enemy was driven off with a loss of 100 killed and wounded. The men of the battalion had about 10 casualties.

At Fort Itala on 26th September 1901 (see 2nd Royal Lancaster) the 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers were represented in the little force which made one of the finest stands recorded in the campaign. One man of the battalion was killed and 5 wounded.

In January 1901 the battalion entrained at Dundee for the Pretoria district. On arriving about Elandsfontein five companies were put into the column of Colonel Allenby, and three companies, under Major Tidswell, into the column of Colonel E. C. Knox, these columns being two of those then commencing the great sweep under General French to the Piet Retief district. In the beginning of May the battalion got together again at Middelburg and relieved the 2nd Berkshire Regiment on the railway line. Headquarters were at Wonderfontem.2 The battalion remained in the Eastern Transvaal till peace was declared.

Some Mounted Infantry of the battalion were present at Kaffir's Spruit on 19th December 1901, when 1 non-commissioned officer and 2 privates gained mention in despatches by Lord Kitchener. In the final despatch 5 officers and 8 non-commissioned officers and men were mentioned.

1 General Buller's despatch of 28th March 1900, Atkin's Relief of Ladysmith, p. 269, Lancashire Fusiliers' Annual, 1901.

2 The Lancashire Fusiliers' Annual, 1901.


Unveiling ceremony from an old postcard.

Photograph Copyright © Dorothy Hargreaves 2010

TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS, LINE, MILITIA AND VOLUNTEERS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR SOVEREIGN AND COUNTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA 1900-1902. THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED BY THEIR COMPANIONS OF ALL RANKS AND BY FRIENDS OF THE REGIMENT.

This monument is erected by their comrades of all ranks & by friends of the regiment.

THE NAMES OF OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFCERS AND MEN WHO WERE KILLED OR WHO DIED IN SOUTH AFRICA 1900-1902

ALLEN A J
Corporal 5450, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900.
APPLETON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ASTLEY J
Colour Sergeant 4431, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died of disease at Middelburg 2 March 1902. Aged 31.
AWDRY Vere Henry Ambrose

Captain, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action nat Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Aged 25. Son of the late Major Awdry (Royal Engineers)

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Awdry.—Lieut. Vere Henry Ambrose Awdry, Lancashire Fusiliers, was killed in action at Spion Kop Jan. 24th, 1900. He was born in June, 1875, and educated at Wellington, where he was in the Hardinge, a prefect, and in the football team. He was a son of the late Major Awdry, Royal Engineers, and entered the Lancashire Fusiliers from the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Feb., 1895, being promoted lieut. April, 1898. He was mentioned in despatches, L.G., Feb. 8th, 1901. It was at first thought that Lieut. Awdry was not killed at Spion Kop, and he was promoted to the rank of capt. on Jan. 25th, 1900. Afterwards he was reported .as missing, and finally in Nov., 1900, it was notified that he had been killed on Jan. 24th.

BACON J H
Drummer, Lancashire Fusiliers
BAINBRIDGE E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BALLARD W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BARKER Francis Oswald

Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers attached to the Army Service Corps. Died of enteric at Pietermaritzberg 2 February 1900. Buried in Intombi Cemetery.

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Barker. - Lieut. Francis Oswald Barker, 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, attached to the Army Service Corps as 2nd lieut., died of enteric Feb. 2nd, 1900, at Pietermaritzburg.

BARLOW R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BATTINSON W R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BEARD J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BECKFORD W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BENNETT S
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BINNS W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BIRCH C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BLUNT Robert Bruce

Captain [Brevet Major], 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Wounded at Llangelegen 19 February 1902, died the next day 20 February 1902. Aged 28. Born 17 May 1873. Son of George Blunt, of Leicester. He was serving as Staff Officer, Dundee Sub-district at the time of his death. Served in the Sudan 1898 (medal and Khedives medal).

Robert Bruce Blunt was born on 7 March 1873, and educated at Rugby and Sandhurst. He was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant on 19 November 1892 and posted to the second battalion, which he joined in India. In Jnuary 1894 he became Lieutenant, in March 1896 he was appointed Adjutant, and in September 1899 he was promoted Capatin. he was Adjutant of the 2nd battalion during the Nile Expedition and at the battle of Omdurman. After serving in Crete and Malta he returned to England and, In December 1899, accompanied his battalion to South Africa. he served with general Buller's Ladysmith Relief Force, was present at the battle of Spion Kop and, on 20 January 1900, at Ventner's Spruit, he was severely wounded in the leg and invalided to England. Impatient to rejoin, he returned to South Africa at the earliest possible moment, and was seconded as D.A.A.G. at Dundee. At this important post he did excellent work and proved himself a first rate Staff Officer. he was mentioned in despatches and promoted Brevet Major.

On the 19th February 1902, he was Acting Staff Officer to Colonel Evans, of the Natal Volunteers, who led a party to search a farm at Langelegan, twenty miles east of Vryheid. Colonel Evans left hist men at some distance from the farm, and with Major Blunt went to the farm to demand the surrender of the inmates. When they were close to the house the Boers fired, killing Colonel Evans and dangerously wounding Major Blunt, who succumbed to his injuries on the following day. He was buried at Dundee.

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Blunt.—Brevet-Major Robert Bruce Blunt, Lancashire Fusiliers, died Feb. 10th, 1902, of wounds received the day previously at Llangelegen, near Vryheid. The eldest son of George H. Blunt, Esq., Leicester, he was born May 17th, 1873, and educated at Wyggeston School, Leicester, and afterwards at Rugby. He entered the Lancashire Fusiliers in 1892, was promoted lieut. Jan., 1894, capt. Sept., 1899, and brevet-major Nov., 1900. He served in the campaign in the Soudan under Lord (then Sir Herbert) Kitchener, in 1898, as adjutant of the 2nd Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, was present at the battle of Khartoum, receiving the British medal, and the Khedive's medal with clasp. He also took part in the occupation of Crete in 1898. In the South African War Major Blunt served with the 2nd Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and was present at Spion Kop and the engagement of Venters Spruit (severely wounded). He was appointed Staff Officer for Intelligence from Oct., 1900, and at the time of his death was Staff Officer, Dundee Sub-district. He was mentioned in despatches, L.G., Sept. 10th, 1901, for his services, and was promoted to a brevet majority. Major Blunt was adjutant of his battalion from March, 1896, to March, 1900. He is buried at Dundee.

BOOTH W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BRADLEY G H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BRADY J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BRAZIER E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BRODERICK J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BROWN A A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BROWN E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BROWN J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BROWN T
Sergeant Drummer, Lancashire Fusiliers
BUCKLEY A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BULLO R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
BURKE J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
CASS F
Sergeant 4946, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
CHALLENOR Robert Richards
Captain, 28th Mounted Infantry, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Boschbult, Kleinhardts River, 31 March 1902. Aged 30. Born May 1871.
CONCANNON J
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
CONNOLLY F T
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
COX J
Sergeant 3426, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
DARBY J
Corporal 2512, 6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died in or near Kimberley. Commemorated on 1899-1902 Memorial, Kimberley West End Cemetery and buried there.
DAVIES A
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
DYER D
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
EAVES R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ESCRITT H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
EVERETT F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
FLETCHER J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
FLETCHER T
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
FOLEY J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
FOTTHERGILL T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
FOY N
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
FRASER Eric
Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action, shot in the head while helping a wounded man, at Spion Kop, 24 January 1900. Aged 21. Son of James Fraser, of London.
FRASER J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
FRIARS A H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GARNER W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GILL L
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GOUGH A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREEN G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREEN M
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREENHALGH S
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREENHALL S
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREENWOOD F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREGG R
Drummer, Lancashire Fusiliers
GREGORY J
Sergeant 4762, 28th Mounted Infantry, Lancashire Fusiliers
GRIMSHAW W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HANDS W H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HANNON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HARAN J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HARMER J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HART J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HARTLEY D
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HASLAM T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HAWKER E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HAYNES W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HEATH G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HEATON J V
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
HENDERSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HENRY J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HEYES J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HICKS Charles Herbert
Captain, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Aged 37. Born April 1862.
HILL H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HILLYARD C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HINDLEY R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HODGSON F
Drummer, Lancashire Fusiliers
HODGSON F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOGAN J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOLMES J A
Sergeant, Lancashire Fusiliers possibly J Holmes, Sergeant (Master tailor) 5906, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.
HOPE F
Sergeant 5104, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOPKINS A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOPKINS R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOPKINS T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HORNER F M
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HORRIDGE J
Sergeant 3909, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOULTRAM A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
HOWELL A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
JACKSON A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
JACKSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
JACKSON T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
JACQUES H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
JOHNSTON S?
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KAVANAGH T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KAY A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KAY J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KEARNS J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KENNEDY W
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
KENNY J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
KENYON W
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
KING T
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
LANE J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LANG J
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
LAWSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
Le MARCHANT Gaspard de Coligny

Captain, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Boschbult, Kleinhardts River 31 March 1902. Aged 22. Born Apriol 1879. Resident Guernsey. Great-grandson of General Le Marchant (killed at Salamanca). Educated at Elizabeth college, Guernsey. Also commemorated on St Peter Port Boer War Memorial, Guernsey.

Extract from 'The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902' by Mildred G Dooner.

Le Marchant.—Capt. Gaspard de Coligny Le Marchant. 1st Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, was killed in action at Boschbult, Kleinhardt's River, March 31st, 1902. He was the only son of Mrs. Seymour Le Marchant, and grandson of the late Gen. Sir Gaspard Le Marchant, K.C.B., G.C.M.G., and great grandson of Gen. Le Marchant, who fell at Salamanca. Capt. Le Marchant was born April, 1879, educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey, and entered the Lancashire Fusiliers May, 1898, being promoted lieut. Jan., 1899, and capt. June, 1901. He went to South Africa from Malta with M.I., Dec., 1901, landing Jan. 14th and was severely wounded at Klip River, Feb. 12th, 1902. He was sent to Elandsfontein Hospital, and at his urgent request was allowed on March 24th to return to duty, and fell as stated seven days after.

LEE J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LEIGHTON S
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
LEVETT T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LIGHTBOWN E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LIGHTFOOT R
Sergeant 3202, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
LINDLEY E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LONGWORTH S
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
LUNN J
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
LYONS J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
M’KEOWN W H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
M’MANN C F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MALLOCK James Raymond
Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Aged 26. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Mallock (Royal Fusiliers), of Camberley. Served Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal & clasp).
MARCHINGTON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MARGERSON J W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MARR P
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MASON E
Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
MCORMICK W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MILLER G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MILLER H E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MITCHELL C
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
MITCHELL H
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
MOORE T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MOORES T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MOSELEY A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
MOULTON F E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
NEWNHAM Percival Forbes

Lieutenant, Indian Staff Corps attached Thorneycroft’s Mounted Infantry. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Aged 29. Educated Clifton College, Gloucestershire. See also Clifton College Boer War Memorial.

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Newnham. - Lieut. Percival Forbes Newnham, Indian Staff Corps, attached to Thorneycroft's M.I., was killed in action at Spion Kop, Jan. 24th, 1900. He was born in June, 1870, educated at Malvern and Clifton Colleges, and entered the Lancashire Fusiliers Jan., 1892, being transferred to the Indian Staff Corps July, 1895. At Spion Kop he was hit in two places, and was bleeding to death, but he propped himself upon a rock and continued to fire till a third bullet killed him.

NIXON J
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
O’HARA J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
OPENSHAW S
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ORTON G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
PARKER Darwin Harry
Captain, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Wounded at Wonderfontein and died the same day 15 December 1901. Joined Regiment December 1888. Attached to 2nd Battalion for duty in South Africa originally Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers..
PEARSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
PENDLEBURY J W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
PENNOCK J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
POLLARD J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
POLLITT T F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
POTTER R J
Colour Sergeant 2891, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.
POWELL T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
PRATT J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
PRICE D
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
PULLEN F
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RATCHFORD W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RAVEN H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
REED H E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
REEVES C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RICE T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RICHARDSON G H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RIGBY C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ROBERTS T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ROBINSON E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ROGERS R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ROTHWELL H
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
ROYLE J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
RUSHMAN W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SALISBURY W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SHEARON R
Drummer, Lancashire Fusiliers
SHOEBOTHAM A
Colour Sergeant 3214, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.
SINGLETON C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SINGLETON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SINNETT T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SMITH A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SMITH E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SMITH G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
STEWART Gilbert Macdonald
Captain, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Aged 26. Born Februry 1873. Served Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal and bar).
STEWART J
Sergeant 6776, 6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died at Maitland. Buried in Cape Town (Maitland) Cemetery, Cape Town, South Africa
STINSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
STREET A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
SWALES W
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TAYLOR J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TAYLOR J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TAYLOR R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TAYLOR S
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
THOMPSON E
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TIERNEY G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TIMMINS P
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TOBIN J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
TURNER J T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WAINWRIGHT J
Colour Sergeant, Lancashire Fusiliers
WALKER J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WALSH E
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
WALSH M
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WALSH T
Lance Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers
WANLESS A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WELSFORD J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WESTHEAD J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WHITE J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WHITEHEAD C
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WHITEHEAD J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WHITEHEAD R T
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WILDMAN R
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WILLIAMS A
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WILLIAMSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WILSON G
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WILSON J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
WOODFORD H J
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers

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