Edward Jones was the son of John and Sarah Jones of 60 Brasenose Road, Kirkdale.
His service records can be seen at Discovering Anzacs
A report on his death and funeral appeared in the Bootle Times on the 7th June 1918. His photo appeared in the report and is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo.
   With full military honours the funeral took place at Kirkdale Cemetery on the 29th ultimo, of Private Edward Jones, Australian Infantry Force, who was wounded during the fighting at Albert, and died in hospital in England on May 24th. The body was brought home and the funeral took place from the residence of the gallant soldier's father, 60, Brasenose-road, Kirkdale. The coffin, covered by the Union Jack was conveyed on a gun-carriage, and a firing party and detachment of the Welsh Borderers was in attendance. The service was conducted by the Rev. Sidney E.A. Miller, and at the close the last Post was sounded, and three volleys fired over the open grace. Before going to Australia some years ago, Pte. Jones lived at27, Lincoln-street, Bootle, and was educated at St.Paul's Schools, Brasenose-road. He joined up at Melbourne in March, 1915.
   The chief mourners were Mr. J. Jones (father), Masters Richard, Thomas and John Jones (brothers) Mrs. A. White and Miss Jenny Jones (sisters), Mrs. E. Jones, Mr. Rd. Jones, Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. Adkins, Mr. H. Adkins (uncle and aunt), Miss M. Adkins, Masters D. and E. Jones, Miss L. Jones (cousin), Mrs. McDermott (cousin), Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Nurrall, Miss L. Jones. Many friends assembled at the Cemetery.
   Beautiful floral tributes were sent by his Father, Sisters and Brothers, Nurses and Comrades at Oxford Hospital, Aunt Jane, Cousin Maggie, Mrs. Jones and others.

Bootle Times 7th June 1918