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VOLUNTEER &TERRITORIAL ARMY BATTALIONS

Cowell, C W
Records of The Mounted Infantry Company 2nd Volunteer Bn Manchester Regiment 1887/1908.                                                                   Manchester.  J H Baxter

Unknown
1904
2nd Volunteer Battalion The Manchester Regiment –                                                     Grand Military Bazaar Programme

Hankins, H
2002
A History of the Manchester & Salford Universities Officer Training Corps 1898-2002.
        Formed originally as a Company of the 2nd Volunteer Battalion.
                                                              Doncaster.  DP & G Military Publishers

Evans, H C
1900
Records of The 4th Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regiment                                                                  

Unknown
1898
4th Volunteer Bn The Manchester Regiment Standing Orders
                                          Copy held in British Library, London

Darlington, H
1936
Letters from Helles     (1/5th Bn)
                                                                                London.  Longmans Green
Fox, J   
1995
Forgotten Divisions         
      (5th and 51st Manchesters in WWI)                           Sigma Press. Wilmslow
                                                                                                                                

Unknown
Wigan Volunteer Rifle Corps Rules & Members.
                  Wigan Local Studies Library reference MMP25/2 27,37

Derbyshire G
1950s
A Wigan Military Chronicle.               Unpublished typescript in 5 volumes. 5th Battalion and others. Copies in the Imperial War Museum, Wigan Local Studies Library (Ref D/DZ A16) and the Lancashire County Record Office.

Cherry, N
2001
  **
I Shall Not Find his Equal.
                      Biography of Brigadier General Noel Lee,                                                        Knutsford. Fleur de Lys Publishers

Bonner, R A (ed)
2004   
  **
Great Gable to Gallipoli. 
              The Diary of Lieutenant-Colonel Claude Worthington DSO

6th Manchesters.  15 October 1914 – 26 September 1916.
                                                              Knutsford. Fleur de Lys Publishers

Hulme, W I
2011
Reprint
  **   1918
The Road to Valhalla               
A soldier with 2/6th Manchesters)                                                        Manchester: Jesse Broad
Edited by Robert Bonner and re-printed as Valhalla in July 2011 by Fleur de Lys Publishers.

Bate Canon, HR
1974
Sixty Years After:    Memories of a Platoon Commander.
      2/6th Battalion. Unpublished account in Imperial War Museum.
                                                                                 Reference WO 77/39/1

Mackennall, W L
1918
Life of Major John Haworth Whitworth DSO MC.
                         2/6th Manchesters
                                                                                      Sherratt & Hughes

Hartley
2011
6th Battalion the Manchester Regiment in the Great War.
                                Includes 2/6th Bn.
                                                                                    Pen and Sword

Hurst, G B
1918             
With Manchesters in the East.
                                      7th Manchesters in Egypt and Gallipoli                          Manchester: Sherratt & Hughes.  

Wilson, S J
1920
The Seventh Manchesters, July 1916 to March 1919
                                                               Manchester University Press.

Morten, Sheila (ed)
1993
I Remain, Your Son Jack  
      (The letters of Lieut J C Morton 7th Bn, to his family 1914-1918)
                                                                           Wilmslow. Sigma Press

Richardson & Roberts
2013
Distant Minarets.
                (The letters of Pte David Roberts DCM, 7th Bn, to his family September 1914 - July 1916.)                                                         Pen Press, Brighton

Blake, G
1950  
Mountain and Flood. (52nd (Lowland) Division history – 1939/1946 - in which 7th Manchesters served as Divisional Support Battalion)
                                                                Glasgow: Jackson, Son & Co.           

Gibbon, F
1920
 The 42nd East Lancashire Division 1914/1918 5th, 6th. 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th Battalions.                                                                                                                                Country Life History                                                              .

Bigwood, G
1916
The Lancashire Fighting Territorials.  
 (Includes 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th Battalions)

Burke, M.  Richardson N (ed)

Ancoats Lad.
 The recollections of Mick Burke 8th (Ardwick) Battalion

                                        Neil Richardson Publications

Bonner, R A
1992
  **
The Ardwick Boys Went to Malta.
8th (Ardwick) Battalion 1939 – 1943) (
                                                            Knutsford.  Fleur de Lys Publishers  

Bonner R A
2005
  **
Volunteer Infantry of Ashton-under-Lyne 1858 - 1971
 Including the biography of Captain W T Forshaw VC of the
 9th Manchesters.
                                                           Knutsford.  Fleur de Lys Publishers

Michinson K W  
1999
Amateur Soldiers 
   (Oldham's Volunteers and 10th Manchesters, 1859-1938).
                                                                          Oldham.  Jade Publishing

Lawson, H
1979
Vignettes of the Western Front.
        (Reflections of an infantry subaltern of 10th Manchesters in France and Belgium 1917-1918)
                                                                            Positiv Press, Oxford

Wilkinson, Iain
2009
History of the Oldham Volunteer Corp 1798-1908
ISBN 978 0 9564 140 0 7    
 Pb. 294 pp    many illustrations.                                      JAGI Publishing    

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