Rev Andrew Chater


One man’s name is synonymous with the outbreak of Asiatic cholera in Nantwich in 1849. He came to the town in 1846 and remained there until his death in 1872. During that time he led the town through the epidemic to eventually bring Nantwich in to the main stream of improved public hygiene, the principles of which still apply today. In 1855 this same man led the move to restore the parish church of St Mary’s which had fallen into decay, although this was not without controversy. That man was the Reverend Andrew Fuller Chater.

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Weight 0.050 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14.5 cm

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