I Think this is wrong as the HMS Cheshire was a Armed Merchant Cruiser for convoy and troop transport an was in service and even hit couple of times from u-boats but lived check this out https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205146494 , https://uboat.net/allies/warships/ship/3348.html . Images and logs of it's history here showing it's service. On 9 June 1943 returned and used as troopship by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), later as repatriation ship. On 5 October 1948 returned to owner.
P.S. just to ad sumthing else wrong i notice to your https://worldofwarships.asia/en/news/history/armada-cheshire/ you said under history "she was modeled on the basis of cruiser Albemarle" ??? that was a pre-drednought Duncan class battleship not a crusier ? i could be wrong as i can not find any info about them making the Albemarle class cruiser but went to the county class battlecrusier/heavy crusier ? if there is info i would love to now if could show the resource you got this info from plz thankyou ~_^
P.S.S. -could you's maybe look into adding maybe the HMAS Australia-Indefatigable class Batte crusier and the HMAS Shropshire- aka (Londons big sister) both these 2 ships had major honor's in major battle's in WW1&2 with HMAS Warramunga, HMAS Gascoyne, HMAS Canberra (being named to a USS Baltimore class crusier from Roosevelt) pretty plz