Armistice Day Parade, Lichfield

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Date:1918

Description:This Parade was held to celebrate the end of World War One.

Colonel Swinfen-Broun and his wife, can be seen on the left hand side of this photograph. Colonel Swinfen Broun set up a Charitable Trust in perpetuity for the benefit of the city of Lichfield and its citizens. On his death his estate was left to the Cathedral and City of Lichfield.


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1870s
Engraving of St. Mary's Church and Market Square, Lichfield
Engraving of St. Mary's Church and Market Square, Lichfield

The present church of St. Mary's dates from the late 19th century, having replaced ...

1900s
Portrait of a girl with dog, Lichfield
Portrait of a girl with dog, Lichfield

This photograph was taken by Edgar Bates, a prominent photograph in Lichfield. The ...

1920s
Lichfield Market, Lichfield
Lichfield Market, Lichfield

In 1135 King Stephen granted a charter to Bishop Durdent to hold a market in the ...

1940s
Market Square and Conduit Street, Lichfield
Market Square and Conduit Street, Lichfield

Lichfield Market Square, in the days when cars and coaches were allowed to park ...

1970s
Sheriff's Ride, Breadmarket Street, Lichfield
Sheriff's Ride, Breadmarket Street, Lichfield

The history of the Sherriff's Ride dates back to 1553 when Queen Mary granted Lichfield ...

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