INDENT Second Lieutenant Frederick Hughes of Chester, enlisted into the Liverpool Scottish as a Private 9 November, 1914 and took part in the famous charge made by the Bn. at Hooge in June following; promoted Corporal, then Sergeant and was commissioned into the Bn. May, 1918; he fought in the trenches around the Festubert-Givenchy Sector, was wounded in a German counter-attack 22 September, 1918 - lost an eye, but survived the war.
2903 Private James Theckeston, born Birkenhead, proceeded overseas early 1915 and died of wounds 5 June (shown as killed in action by War Graves Commission.) He was buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, France
5165/356592 Private Bryce Thompson, born 1884 at Bootle, enlisted in the Liverpool Scottish 23 August, 1915. He was killed in action during the assault on Guillimont 9 August, 1916 and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.
359411 Private William Ashcroft, born Burscough, was killed in action 21 September, 1917
Private William Cyril Brown, born Liverpool was killed during the heavy fighting in the Festubert area 6 October, 1918 and was buried in La Chaudière Military Cemetery Vimy, France