Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1
Sapper 20066 Edwin STOTT
1st Canadian Divisional Engineers, 2nd Field Company
Killed in Action, Wednesday 15th August 1917, France, age 26
|Home address:||Stockport Road, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Born:||1890, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Parents:||Mary Stott (later Parsons) and James Stott|
139 Stockport Road, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire
|Occupation:||Locomotive Fireman, Canadian Pacific Railroad, Lake Louise, Canada|
|Enlisted:||Valcartier, Quebec, Canada|
|Remembered:||Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France,|
Holy Trinity Churchyard, Gee Cross, Cheshire,
named on a family gravestone.
|Link to Hyde:||Born in Hyde|
In 1907 he was awarded the Royal Humain Society Certificate for saving a life.
In the 1921 Hyde War Memorial Unveiling Ceremony booklet, Edwin Stott is recorded as being part of the Canadian Cycle Corps.