Bolton Borough Coat of Arms from original Oxford Grove Council School Oxford Grove Council School, Bolton, Roll of Honour 1914-1919
 

Name

Position on Roll

Rank

Service Number

Unit

 

Place of birth

Date of birth

Enlisted

Place of death

Date of death

Age at death

Where buried

Robert CalderleyCalderley, Robert

C1-04

Corporal

23374

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment -

transferred to 74th Coy Machine Gun Corps

Bolton, Lancashire

1893

1 September 1914

France

10 October 1916

22

Not Known - listed on Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

 

Corpl. ROBT. CALDERLY (22), Machine Gun Corps, transferred from the L.N.L. Regt., which he joined on September 1st 1914, and was killed on October 10th, 1916. He had only just returned to the trenches from a furlough after 12 months at the front, where he had seen severe fighting. Calderley, whose name is on the Roll of Honour at Park-st. Wesleyan Chapel and Oxford Grove Council School, was a piecer at Haslam’s No. 3 Mill. His Brother, Pte. Wm. Calderley has been missing since August 9th, 1915, and another brother, Pte. Joe Calderley is serving with the Gordon Highlanders.

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