Burnley Cemetery is home to an impressive memorial to a solder of the Great War. The statue stands above the Booth family grave. It depicts a soldier in full marching order with his rifle at his side. The weapon has been broken at some stage. It isn't certain whether it is modelled on Private James Booth, himself.
241973 Pte James Booth served in the 8th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment and was killed in action in France on September 26, 1917. His parents, Joshua and Margaret, who lived at 365 Briercliffe Road, Burnley, are buried in the grave. Booth's obituary can be found on this link: Obituary of James Booth
He is buried in Perth (China Wall) Cemetery which stands 3 kms east of Ypres.