WHENEVER a visitor to the website asks a
question about Nantwich, I usually know something about the subject, but
find myself passing it to a man who I am sure will know much more about
it, Andrew Lamberton. And if he doesn't know all about something, he
knows where to find the details.
However, after he has
received a constant deluge of unwelcome e-mails of a tasteless nature -
the sort that many computer owners receive - it has been decided to
delete the e-mail address to which website visitors were invited to send
questions. So, sorry you cannot ask any more questions.
The pages of answers already
published will remain on the website, so you can at least read what
other website visitors asked.
Andrew has also answered many questions -
on the This and That page, the
Old Nantwich Pictures pages and the
pages. Those pages will
also remain on the website and you can still find facts there.
Andrew is a published author -
along with his colleague, the late Robin Gray - with books on
lost buildings in and around Nantwich. He also
"Nantwich", in the "Britain in Old Photographs" series of books, with
Anne Wheeler for Nantwich Museum.
also appear in Family Lines - as well as
the information on family trees