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Class Group, Stafford Girls' High School,

In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, and moved it to new and larger premises in The Oval. It became Stafford Girls' High School, and there were ...

Coronation Party, Corporation Street School, Stafford

Children from Corporation Street and Oxford Gardens are pictured at a Coronation party held in the school hall at Corporation Street School, Stafford. Front row: Roy Harrison (3rd from left), Alan ...

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. ...

Dance and exercise, Stafford Girls' High School

Dance and exercise demonstration on a rainy day at Stafford Girls' High School, the Oval, Stafford. In the background can be seen St. Paul's Church. In 1907 the County Council took over a private ...

Dramatic Production, Stafford Girls' High School

Girls in costume for an outdoor dramatic production at Stafford Girls' High School, The Oval, Stafford. In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, ...

Dramatic Production, Stafford Girls' High School

In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, and moved it to new and larger premises in The Oval. It became Stafford Girls' High School, and there were ...

Dramatic Production, Stafford Girls' High School

In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, and moved it to new and larger premises in The Oval. It became Stafford Girls' High School, and there were ...

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, ...

Hockey Team, Stafford Girls' High School,

Group photograph of Stafford Girls High School hockey team with three of their teachers (seated centre). In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, ...

Mrs Deakin and her daughter, Baswich

Mr and Mrs Deakin (nee Shroebridge) lived in a railway cottage right next to the railway line at Town Hills near Stockton Common, Baswich. Mr Deakin worked on the railways as a linesman for that stretch ...

Stafford Girls' High School,

Stafford Girls' High School started in 1903 as a private school at the Moat House on Newport Road. In 1907 it moved into the buildings at The Oval (pictured) which were built by the County Council. ...

Stafford Girls' High School,

Stafford Girls' High School started in 1903 as a private school at the Moat House on Newport Road. In 1907 it moved into the buildings at The Oval (pictured) which were built by the County Council. ...

Church Eaton

Church Eaton is a linear village situated approximately 2 miles south east of Gnosall and 6 miles from Stafford and Penkridge. The parish also includes the hamlets of Wood Eaton, High Onn, Little Onn ...

Gnosall

Gnosall is a large village which lies 7 miles south west of Stafford and 6 miles north east of Newport. The land is gently rolling and lies mostly between 300 and 400 feet high. It is situated near the ...

High Street, Church Eaton

A postcard view of the High Street in Church Eaton. On the left are two school buildings which were built in the late 19th century and opened in 1900 as a combined school for boys, girls and infants. ...

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 ...

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