Reverend W. G. Greenstreet, Pattingham

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Date:1890 - 1900 (c.)

Description:He was born in 1813, became a curate in 1843 and a vicar in 1848. He died in 1900.

Reverend W.G Greenstreet's friendship with the 5th Earl of Dartmouth was influential in improving the circumstances of ordinary folk in Pattingham and Patshull, through education, the provision of a postal service, and pastoral care driven by a strong religious conviction. He also devoted much of his energy to restoring Pattingham Church.


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Pattingham Church Steeple
Pattingham Church Steeple

The church spire was added by the fifth Earl of Dartmouth in October 1871, in pious ...

Gathering of the Loyal Victoria Lodge of Oddfellows, at Whitsuntide in Pattingham
Gathering of the Loyal Victoria Lodge of Oddfellows, at Whitsuntide in Pattingham

Bunches of "Whitsuntide boss" (viburnum) can be seen on the poles that people are ...

Peace celebrations, Pattingham
Peace celebrations, Pattingham

This photograph was taken outside St. Chad's Church.

Pattingham Girl Guides
Pattingham Girl Guides

Back row, from left to right, are Mary Dulson, Dorothy Scriven and Brenda Yorke. Front ...

Pattingham Stores, Pattingham
Pattingham Stores, Pattingham

These grocery shops were located next door to St. Chad's church.

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