The MIC address is the home, in 1911 of Albert Stockton born 1881 . This must be his brother
You can then find him in 1891 census with his parents, and the parents leads to Ernest in 1901 census
1894 Apr/Jun Born Manchester
1901 census at 22, Upper Conran Street, North Manchester
1911 census at 25 Acton Street Blackley Manchester
1917 Jun 22. Commissioned 2nd Lt in Cheshire Regt. Ches. B. —Actg. Serjt.-Maj . Ernest Stockton, from A. Cyclist Corps .
1918 Dec 22 Promoted Lt
1919 Jan 31. MC Citation gazetted. 2nd Lt. Ernest Stockton, Ches. R , attd 12 h Bn. (SALONIKA ) For conspicuous gallantry in the attack on the "P" ridge on 18th September, 1918. His platoon objective was on P3, and on reaching P4 they came under intense fire from machine guns, trench mortars and bombs . His platoon suffered heavy casualties, and he himself was wounded, but rallied his men and led them forward with the greatest determination. Severely wounded a second time, he still carried on until compelled to give in through exhaustion and loss of blood. He showed splendid pluck and devotion to duty
1919 Jul 21. Croix de Guerre gazetted
1921 Mar 21. Married in Sheffield to Elsie Eyett
1921 Apr 14. Accepted in England. Joined ADRIC with service no. 1901. Posted to R Coy.
1921 May 14 Posted to P Coy
1922 Jan He appears to have served till demobilisation
1924 Apr 26. Leaves UK for Australia. He is a male nurse travelling with his wife and 2 year old daughter
1935 Jun 19. Died Petersham, New South Wales. There does not seem to have been an inquest, so I assume it was natural causes