Nantwich Museum Journal – Book
Nantwich Museum produces a journal of research articles which is sent out to members. This compendium edition of journal articles produced between 2016-2020 brings together a fascinating range of local history stories. Articles, by a diversity of authors, focus on the history of Nantwich and feature much unique research not featured elsewhere.
- Wesley Knowles – the Shrewbridge Road Signalman who lost both his arms.
- Nantwich Pubs and their Signs.
- Time for Coffee by Museum Research Group.
- Nantwich at Play: Some Social Influences.
- Samuel Jackson and Sons.
- Nantwich Aqueduct – the Most Perfect Workmanship.
- Popular Education in Victorian Times.
- The Three Grammar Schools.
- Local Place Names – A New Appraisal.
- Neutralism in the English Civil War.
- Why and how Nantwich Became a Parliamentary Garrison.
- Landscape with Mills – a Review of Local Mills.
- H. Allan Whatley MA FLA.
- The River Weaver in Nantwich: an Introduction to its Chemistry and Environment.
- Women with Long Knives — Fact or Propaganda!
- The Wilbrahams of Townsend.
- Railway Sign Returns.
- William Andrews Nesfield (1794-1881) – Successively Soldier, Watercolourist and Landscape Designer.
- Cheshire’s Norman Castles.
- Local Portents & Signs in the Seventeenth Century.
- The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage: Nantwich Stories.
- Chalk and Cheese – Trade and Agriculture in the Shropshire/Cheshire Borders During the Canal Era.
- Joseph Priestley, Local Polymath.
- Roman Wyches.
- The Early History of Townwell House, Welsh Row, Nantwich.
- Land Use, Value and Ownership in Nantwich in 1910.
- Ruth E Gilbert (1899-2003).
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