Mayor's Procession, Stafford

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Date:1889

Description:View of Gaol Square. In the distance can be seen Foregate Street, on the left, and Gaol Road to the right. The Sidney Fountain can just be seen at the junction.

The mayor in the procession is Alderman Cornelius Mycock.


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1880s
Sidney Fountain, Stafford,
Sidney Fountain, Stafford,

This drinking fountain was erected on Gaol Square in 1889 by the widow of Thomas ...

1910s
Dobson's Tobacconists, Stafford,
Dobson's Tobacconists, Stafford,

Dobson's was at 22 Gaolgate Street. The building was later occupied by Radio ...

1920s
Remains of the Sidney Fountain, Stafford
Remains of the Sidney Fountain, Stafford

The Sidney fountain was erected on Gaol Square in 1889 by the widow of Thomas Sidney, ...

1940s
Gaol Square Garage, Stafford,
Gaol Square Garage, Stafford,

This garage was owned by Charles Clarke. The garage later moved to Queensville. Alle ...

1970s
Gaolgate Street, Stafford,
Gaolgate Street, Stafford,

View of Gaolgate Street from Gaol Square, with Woolworths and the entrance to the ...

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Donor ref:P80.001.0042 (18/1165)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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