It is available in the Owen Sound area at Faith Books at Central Westside United Church.
The book focuses on the men and their families but it also includes some church history and information about the church organ that was dedicated in memory of the soldiers who died during the First World War.
To see a list of the men that I researched, read my article In Grateful Remembrance
Book (Currently out of Print)
The Churches of Grey Presbytery of the United Church of Canada: Historical Highlights (Owen Sound, Ont. : Janet Iles Consulting & Research Services, 2007)
This book highlights the history of Churches that were part of the United Church of Canada in 1925 and that were within the boundaries of Grey Presbytery at the time the book was published. Grey Presbytery did not include all United Churches within the County of Grey. Since then, Grey Presbytery no longer exists but the Churches are now part of Northern Waters Presbytery.
Articles (On-line not on my blogs)
People's Cemetery (GYRabbit Online Journal) August 26, 2010
Winter in the Northern Hemisphere (GYRabbit Online Journal) December 16, 2010
Mausoleum Greenwood Cemetery Owen Sound (GYR Rabbit Online Journal) June 9, 2011
Paying Homage to the Those Who Came Before US (GYR Rabbit Online Journal) August 25, 2011
IOOF Monument (GYR Rabbit Online Journal) November 24, 2011
Leith Cemetery (GYR Rabbit Online Journal) November 29, 2012
The Grey County Historian
"Who was Isaac Randle" July 2006
"Nellie McClung" July 2008
"The Spanish Flu" March 2010
The Sun-Times (Owen Sound)
"Viva Historica" column by Grey County Historical Society - one of three who posted in this monthly column