Hyde War Memorial Trust has an excellent Roll of Honour to the 710 men from the town who fell in the Great War the site can be found here http://hwmt.org/men.htm
Over the coming months many acknowledgements will be appearing here, the support has been fantastic, and I am very grateful to everyone who has taken the time to contact me, send in pictures and allow me to use their information and links.
Cheshire County Memorial Project is delighted to announce that Cheshire East Reflects is supporting the project, Cheshire East Reflects was setup in 2014 by Cheshire East Council with a program of events planned and running till 2018. They have an excellent website that can be found by clicking on this link. http://cheshireeastreflects.com/
Thank you to Graeme Ainsworth, Graeme has written numerous accounts of those who were connected with Salt Union and is now supporting this project by working on men from the Runcorn.
Thank you to Simon Gildea, Simon is based in Chester and has being working on men from the Chester and Hoole area. Cheshire County Memorial Project would like to acknowledge the fantastic support of Joy Bratherton. Joy is working on a couple of local areas near to Crewe.
Thank you to Mavis Williams, Mavis has been working on men from Flintshire. Flintshire have a project similar to this one, their excellent site can be found here. http://www.flintshirewarmemorials.com
Thank you to Mark Potts from Shavington, near Crewe, Mark has written numerous books about the men from Crewe and Nantwich during the Great War and has being very active in supporting the County Roll.
Cheshire County Memorial Project would like to acknowledge the fantastic support from Cheshire Archives, the loan of a microfilm reader and access to the local paper films is and will continue to be a valuable contribution, Cheshire Archives can be found by clicking here
Thank you to John Hartley who created Stockport Soldiers who died, this excellent site can be found by clicking here
With thanks to Steve Parker, Steve has been researching former students of Chester College, now part of the University of Chester, Steve has done a fantastic amount of research on over 60 former students.