Results From Your Search

Page 1 of 1 18 Records Found
1

Cricket Team, Stafford Grammar School,

Back Row: C. Smith, R. Hall, W. Robinson, P. Bridgwood, C. Woodger, ? Broadbent, J. Parker Middle Row: W. Corfield, E.O. Powell, B. Norton, R. Lambert, ?, Front Row: G. Taylor, S. Webb, C. Aspin. E.O. ...

Football team, Stafford Grammar School

Stafford Grammar School First XI football team. This photograph was taken in what is known as the Headmaster's Garden. Back row: far right Ronald Pitchford Pearson; 1st from right Len Walpole. Front ...

Football Team, Stafford Grammar School,

Stafford Grammar School First XI football team. This photograph was taken in what is known as the Headmaster's Garden. Back row: E. Ward, J.R. Bithell, T. Blake, ? Mawdsley, Middle row: J. Day, ...

Form 3, Stafford Grammar School

Seated in the middle of the front row is Form Master Billy Lambert, who was also a maths teacher Ronald Pitchford Pearson 2nd from right middle row. The Headmaster at the time was Mr. F.T. Nott MA, ...

Former Grammar School Building, Stafford,

Former grammar school building, used by the Jap Co., furniture dealer. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor ...

Grammar School Speech Day, Stafford,

The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor state of repair of the schoolroom the school was rebuilt on Gaol Square, ...

King Edward VI Grammar School, Newport Road, Stafford

The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor state of repair of the schoolroom, the school was rebuilt on Gaol Square, ...

King Edward VI Grammar School, Stafford

The postcard shows the exterior of the school on Newport Road, with two boys standing outside the school wall and railings. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. ...

Old Grammar School Building, Stafford

The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor state of repair of the schoolroom the school was rebuilt on the corner of ...

Old Grammar School Building, Stafford

The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor state of repair of the schoolroom the school was rebuilt on the corner of ...

School Group, Stafford Grammar School,

The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 using St. Bertelin's Chapel as a schoolroom. Due to the poor state of repair of the schoolroom the school was rebuilt on Gaol Square, ...

School Play, Stafford Grammar School

Scene from King Edward VI Grammar School's production of 'Twelfth Night'. The school, on Newport Road, was renowned for its dramatic productions. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established ...

Staff Cricket Team, Stafford Grammar School,

This group is possibly the Masters team in a Masters v. School cricket match. The photograph was taken in what was known as the Headmaster's Garden. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established ...

Stafford Grammar School Dramatic Production,

King Edward VI Grammar School production of 'She Stoops to Conquer'. The school, on Newport Road, was renowned for its dramatic productions. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established ...

Stafford Grammar School,

View across the playing fields towards the school chapel. The group of boys in front of the chapel are preparing to play cricket. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established in 1550 ...

Stafford Grammar School, Newport Road, Stafford

View of the School House at King Edward VI Grammar School from the front. The two girls near the doorway are believed to be Mabel Frances Layng (later to become an artist) and Ada Clarice Layng, the daughters ...

Stafford Grammar School, Newport Road, Stafford

View of the School House at King Edward VI Grammar School from the north east. The two girls and man saeted in the garden are believed to be the Headmaster of the Grammar School, Alfred Edward Freestone ...

Stafford Grammar School, Newport Road, Stafford

A view of the School House at King Edward VI Grammar School from the south east. The two girls playing croquet are believed to be Mabel Frances Layng (later to become an artist) and Ada Clarice Layng, ...

1

Advanced Text Search

:
:
:
:
: