Do you have any forenames for your WYATTs in the Mellor area (in particular), or do you know where they originated?Our WYATT was actually WHYATT in England, but I do have a couple of records where it was recorded as WYATT.Some of my Alice's siblings were recorded as such when bapt. in Manchester (father born in Reddish) and/or Stockport.
Since my posting, I've learned our Alice was first married to a Cephas TRAVIS born c1858-59.They had four children, James, Margaret, Mary and Frederick.Cephus died c1868-9 (forget the exact dates), with Alice remarrying in 1870 to Joseph WRIGHT (born Dover Kent).I've found her in the 1901 census, a widow again, with daughter Mary (married in 1898 to Percy BURTON) and Mary's 1y old son, James.
I also know my great-grandparents were living in Red Row Cottages, Mellor, in 1883, as my grand-uncle James was born there that year.G-gf was an Thostle overseer in a Cotton Factory.Their daughter Nancy was born in 1885, in Stockport.They all came to Nova Scotia in 1887.
I've not come across any WALTONs as yet, unfortunately.
By the way, I've WYATT cousins living in Edmonton, who also descend from these Cheshire WHYATTs.