James Meakin, Darlaston Hall

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Date:1865 - 1875 (c.)

Description:A carte-de-visite studio portrait of James Meakin (1830-1885), director of the pottery firm J & G Meakin. He bought Darlaston Hall, near Stone,from the Jervis family in 1880. The hall remained in the ownership of the Meakin family until 1951, at which point it was sold and demolished shortly afterwards.


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1890s
Tennis match, Darlaston Hall
Tennis match, Darlaston Hall

Tennis being played on two grass courts next to the formal gardens which stood on ...

1910s
Domestic servants, Darlaston Hall, Stone
Domestic servants, Darlaston Hall, Stone

A group of domestic servants pictured in the gardens of Darlaston Hall, near Stone, ...

1950s
Constance Meakin, Darlaston Hall
Constance Meakin, Darlaston Hall

Constance Evelyn Meakin (nee Paddock, 1875-1966) was the second woman to serve as ...

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Source: Staffordshire County Record Office

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