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“You live as long as you are remembered”*

Park Green War Memorial

Photo: Geoff Archer

Over one thousand servicemen from Macclesfield and the surrounding villages lost their lives during the First World War, and thousands of lives were irrevocably changed.

This website is being created by the Macclesfield Reflects group to share the stories of local people during the Great War. If you have any photos, documents or information about anyone in the Macclesfield area who was involved in the Great War in any way, we’d love to hear from you – please use the contact form to tell us how you can help our project. Thank you.

Information is mostly being added in date order, so if you don’t find anything about your ancestor, please check back later – or add your email address to the subscribers list (on the right) to receive an email when the website is updated.

*Said to be an old Russian proverb

 

Latest Updates:

Heaton, Margaret M

Margaret Mary Heaton, Red Cross VAD Hurdsfield House Hospital, 12th June 1916 ...
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Bradley, Martha M

Martha Mary Bradley, Red Cross Volunteer Hurdsfield House Hospital, March 1915 to ...
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Clayton, William

William Clayton, Scout and Red Cross Volunteer Hurdsfield House Hospital, March 1915 ...
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Hammersley, Nellie

Nellie Hammersley, Girl Guide and Red Cross Volunteer Hurdsfield House Hospital, March ...
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Hall, Beatrice M

Beatrice Mary "Trixie" Hall, Red Cross VAD 4th Northern General Hospital, Lincoln, ...
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Latest website updates: 11 June 2016

  Full details added: Philip Miller/Millar, L/Cpl 8776, 7th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry Died of wounds 12th July 1916 in the Somme, France, aged 25 Fred Haynes Kershaw, Private 21265, 22nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment Died of wounds 15th July 1916 in the Somme, France Arthur … Continue reading