By Geoffrey Bellamy - 12th January 2019 6:06am
AudlemOnline received the following request from Geoffrey Bellamy
Researching my family history
In the 1960 s era we used to visit my Aunt and Uncle at Egerton Farm in Buerton.
My aunt was called Eileen Greenwood and my uncle was called Wilfrid Greenwood.
Both have now passed away.
I remember the farm being more arable with chickens rather than a traditional dairy farm.
They were well known in the area.
I can remember my aunt picking us up from Crewe station, a real treat to go in a car in 1960.
Any information or photographs about the farm or my aunt and uncle would be greatly appreciated
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