James Nelson & Sons Butchers, Crabbery Street, Stafford

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Date:1911

Description:James Nelson & Sons Ltd had branches all over the United Kingdom. They had three branches in Stafford under District Manager Mr T. Roden: 11 Crabbery Street, 55 Rowley Street and 9 Marston Road. This image shows the Crabbery Street shop. They occupied 11 Crabbery Street between about 1901 and 1924.

Image from 'Staffordshire Past and Present: An Historical Pictorial & Descriptive Guide' published in 1911 and edited by J.W.Bradley.


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Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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