Dr Munro identified


I HAD previously been in correspondence with Nantwich historian, Andrew Lamberton, about the Kiltearn Medical Practice (now moved to Church View Primary Care Centre on the Civic Hall car park). He was discussing the former doctors at Kiltearn House.

   He had been in touch with the joint owner of 100 Welsh Row, Nantwich, which was then for sale. She was Heather Threadgold, who owned the house with her brother, John Munro. 

   Andrew  said: "Robert Munro, the solicitor, lived at 100 Welsh Row between 1939 and 1953." He added: "It was Heather who was able to identify Dr. Seymour Munro in the photo of the first omnibus to Crewe (pictured on Nantwich Square). He is the gentleman with grey whiskers and bowler hat on the second row from the front with his arm resting on the handrail (left).

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