St. Mary's Passage, Stafford,

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Date:1975

Description:St. Mary's Passages leads from Greengate into St. Mary's churchyard.

On the right is the Ancient High House. The timber framed building opposite is the Bear Inn, originally one of Stafford's coaching inns.


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1780s
Ancient High House, Stafford,
Ancient High House, Stafford,

The High House was built on Greengate Street by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The ...

1840s
St. Mary's Church, Stafford,
St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Collegiate Church of St. Mary is the parish church of Stafford. The present ...

1860s
W. G. Cowie, Rector of St. Mary's Church, Stafford
W. G. Cowie, Rector of St. Mary's Church, Stafford

William Garden Cowie (1831-1902) was born in London and was curate of St. Clement, ...

1890s
St. Mary's Passage, Stafford,
St. Mary's Passage, Stafford,

Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ...

1900s
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,

The Jolly Bacchus was on Greengate Street, to the right of the Bear Inn. The ...

1920s
Woodall's Drapers Shop, Stafford,
Woodall's Drapers Shop, Stafford,

Woodall's shop was at 55 Greengate Street. It closed in the 1970s.

1940s
Sydney and Elsie Hall, Swan Hotel,
Sydney and Elsie Hall, Swan Hotel,

Sydney and Elsie Hall with the Winnie Grundy Band at a function in the Ballroom ...

1960s
Coach House, Rear of the Bear Inn, Stafford,
Coach House, Rear of the Bear Inn, Stafford,

Coach house (centre) in the rear yard of the Bear Inn on Greengate Street. The ...

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