Roll of Honour

Ashton Territorial Casualties

Saturday, July 10, 1915:

The following casualties in the Ashton Territorials in the Dardanelles have been received this week: –

KILLED

Corporal H. Mathews, 65 Oldham Road, Waterloo.
Private E. Heinemann, 103 Old Street, Ashton.
Lance Corporal Wm. Mason, 108 Church Street, Ashton.
Signaler B. A. Rawlings, 103 Bentinck Street, Ashton.
Private J. Love, 12 Spring Grove Terrace, Ashton.
Private A. E. Summersgill, 11 St. Mary Street, Hurst Brook.
Private I. Smith, 403 Higher King Street, Dukinfield.
Private Richard Burgess, 9 Manor Street, Audenshaw.
Private J. Travis, 123 Hope Street, Hurst.
Private W. R. [Fred] Lee, 41 Argyle Street, Cockbrook.
Private Harold Gartside, Frederick Street, Cockbrook.
Lance-Corporal Gerald Massey, 33 Canterbury Street, Ashton.
Private T. Doran, 65 Burlington Street, Ashton.
Lance-Corporal H. Barrett, 99 Wellington Street, Ashton.
Private S. Ogden, 84 Hill Street, Ashton.
Private Sydney Stelfox, 3 Hill Street, Waterloo.
Private William Mather, 54 Grasscroft Street, Stalybridge.
Corporal Harry Earle, 9 Eaton Terrace, Ashton.
Private Joseph Sellers, 15 Angola Street, Droylsden.
Private Henry Lewis, 103 Oldham Road, Waterloo.
Lance-Corporal John George Blandford, 63 North Road, Longsight.
Private G. W. Hudson, 42 Edge Lane, Droylsden.
Private John Tetlow, 179 Edge Lane, Droylsden.

DIED OF DISEASE

Private Benjamin Cusick, Hertford Street, Ashton.

WOUNDED

Drummer W. H. Taylor, 5 Spring Bank, Smallshaw.
Private J. Crowther, 140 Fleet Street, Ashton.
Private S. Newton, 119 Birch Street, Ashton.
Private W Barfield, 132 Turner Lane, Ashton.
Private J. McCarthy, 22 Dale Street, Ashton.
Lance-Corporal Ernest Booth, 61 Blandford Street, Ashton.
Private A. C. Hirst, 92 Blandford Street, Ashton.
Private J. Hopwood, 16 Cross Hope Street, Ashton.

Casualties in Ashton Territorials

Another Heavy List

Saturday, July 17, 1915:

Another heavy list of casualties in the Ashton Territorials, fighting in the Dardanelles, has come through during the week. The following have been received this week: –

KILLED

Sergeant Harry Earle, 9 Eaton Terrace, Henrietta Street, Ashton.
Corpl. Wm. Mitcheson, 7 Friendship Yard, Stalybridge.
Private Henry Lewis, 103 Oldham Road, Waterloo.
Private Ephraim Margrave, 6 Boodle Street, Ashton.
Private Tom Doran, 65 Burlington Street, Ashton.
Private Sydney Stelfox, 3 Hill Street, Waterloo.
Private John Walker, Cooper Street, Dukinfield.
Private Saml. Kellett, 30 Warf Street, Dukinfield.
Private Frank Jackson, formerly of 11 Markland Street, Hurst.
Private John Broadbent, 60 Mount Street, Ashton.
Private Ernest Williamson, 2 Duke Street, Ashton.
Private Maurice Barker, 11 Springfield Terrace, Ashton.
Private H. Sidebottom, 492 Oldham Road, Bardsley.
Private Jas. Ryder, 169 Wellington Road, Ashton.
Private W. H. Hamer, 14 Carr Street, Hurst.
Private H. Cooke, 10 Kenlock Street, Bradford, Manchester.

DIED OF DISEASE

Private John Hague, St. Hilda, Mossley Road, Ashton.

MISSING

Lieutenant J. M. Wade, son of commanding officer.
Private Frank Mycock, 7 Clarendon Street, Dukinfield.
Private Albert Littlewood, Old Street, Broadbottom.

Private G. F. Cain, Private J. Daley, Private T. Evans, Private T. Hardman, Sergeant J. Lawton, Private F. McDonnell, Private F. Mycock, Private E. Robinson, Private H. Ryding, Private J. Wilde.

WOUNDED

Private John Connolly, Crescent Road, Dukinfield.
Private John Mutter, 65 Stanhope Street, Hurst.
Private W. H. Corlett, 155 Cricket Lane, Ashton.
Private John Hyslop, 131 Old Street, Ashton.
Private Bullock, 3 West View, Hannover Street, Audenshaw.

The following casualties appeared in the official list this week but most have been already given in the “Reporter”: –

Private T. Bailey, Private W. Barfield, Lance-Corporal H. Barrett, Lance-Corporal J. Bertenshaw, Lance-Corporal G. Birchall, Private J. A. Bostock, Private E. Brown, Private A. Burke, Private T. Butler, Private H. Cook[e], Private J. Cragg, Private J. Dundavan, Private L. Finneran, Private T. Finnerty, Private L. Gill, Private J. Hall, Private T. Hall, Private F. Hodgins, Private J. Hyslop, Private E. H. Jones, Private J. Martin, Private W. Moss, Private R. Nichols, Private H. Partridge, Private R. Penny, Private J. Pollard, Private W. Priestnall, Lance-Corporal G. Sylvester, Private G. H. Stewart, Private P. Taylor, Drummer W. Taylor, Corporal H. Trunkfield, Private J. Turner, Private T. Tweedale, Lance-Corporal A. Willerton, Private G. E. Wilson, Private T. Wood, Private J.H. Woodcock and Private A. Wrigley.

Ashton Territorial Losses

Saturday, July 24, 1915:

Another heavy list of casualties in the 1/9th Battalion Manchester Regiment (Ashton Territorials), have been received this week: –

KILLED

Private Jas. Crompton, 3 Bramah Street, Hurst.
Private John Brady, 7 Groby Road, Hooley Hill.
Private R. Martin, 32 Garden Street, Droylsden.
Corporal J. W. Hughes, 12 St. Mary Street, Hurst Brook.

DIED

Lieut. J. M. Robson, Blandford House, Ashton.

WOUNDED

Private E. Wilson, 6 Hawke Street, Ashton.
Private Harry Ogden, 18 Queen Street, Dukinfield.
Sergeant S. Wood, Argyle Street, Cockbrook.
Sergeant Arthur Basforth, 27 Princess Street, Ashton.
Lieutenant E. Balmford, National Gas Engine Works.
Private J. W. Cheetham, 69 Haughton Road, Hooley Hill.
Norman Richardson, 73 Haughton Road, Hooley Hill.
Private Robert Nicholls, Haughton Road, Hooley Hill.
Corporal J. Joyce, 53 Fleet Street, Ashton.
Private Jas. Hill, Pickford Lane, Dukinfield.
Bandsman Harold Rhodes, 50 Bennett Street, Ryecroft.
Private Alfred Sumner, 53 Burlington Street, Ashton.
Private R. Nolan, 78 Burlington Street, Ashton.

Ashton Territorial Casualties

Saturday, August 7, 1915:

The following casualties have been notified this week: –

KILLED

Private Percy Tilbury, 180 Katherine Street, Ashton.
Corporal Thomas Gorman, 74 Crickets Lane, Ashton.
Sergeant T. Lomas, 58 Beauchamp Street, Ashton.
Private J. W. Daley, 48 Park Street, Ashton.

WOUNDED

Private Clarence St. Paul, 44 Mount Pleasant Street, Hooley Hill.
Private Harry Haughton, 13 Wych Street, Ashton.
Private Robert Daley, 5 Glebe Street, Ashton.
Private Harry Hesketh, Portland Street, Ashton.
Private John Jackson, 210 Cavendish Street, Ashton.
Private Charles Warburton, 149 Cotton Street, Ashton.
Private E. Hawkridge, 1597.
Private W. Lockwood, 1388.
Private E. Spragg, 1755.
Private S. Yarwood, 2197.

Ashton Territorial Casualties

Saturday, September 4, 1915:

The following is a list of the casualties received at the “Reporter” Office during the week: –

KILLED

Private H. Newton, 26 Wood Lane, Smallshaw.
Drummer F. Wyatt, 30 Hill Street, Dukinfield.
Private Harold Chadwick, 102 Whiteacre Road, Ashton.
Private Arnold Booth, 146 Cotton Street, Ashton.
Private James Shaw Miller, 2 Rowley Street, Dukinfield Hall.
Private Albert George Harling, 10 Queen Street, Ashton.
Private George Harry Walker, 15 Cooper Street, Dukinfield.
Private John Bardsley, 33 Henrietta Street, Ashton.
Private John Joseph O’Conner, 151 Wellington Road, Ashton.

WOUNDED

Private A. E. Snape, 6 Brierly Street, Dukinfield.
Private Jos. Wm. Hartwell, 102 Park Street, Ashton.
Private Ernest Hawkridge, 22 Gate Street, Dukinfield Hall.
Private Wm. Goddard, 8 Quarry Street, Stalybridge.

DIED

Lance-Corporal James Rowbottom (Kid James), 213 Park Road, Dukinfield.

DANGEROUSLY ILL

Private Frank Goddard, Kenyon Street, Ashton.

Ashton Territorials Wounded

Saturday, February 5, 1916:

The casualty lists published on Thursday include the following men of the Ashton Territorials: –

WOUNDED

MANCHESTER REGT. 9th BATT. (TF)

Birchenough (1946) M., Victoria Street, Ryecroft
Garside (3031) S., Langham Street, Waterloo, Ashton
Hamer (3399) F., Gorton Street, Waterloo
Hardy (2293) W.
Hill (1439) T., Gas Street, Ashton
Silvester (1358) Sergt. G., Higher King Street, Hurst
Wood (1331) W. H., Hillgate, Stalybridge
Beech (3341) E.
Dawson (2339) H.
Hargreaves (1580) N., Birch Lane, Dukinfield
Stevenson (2810) Sergt. T., Ashton