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Abbots Bromley Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Almshouses at Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing the front of the building facing the street, with a classical double doorway and a path railed from the street.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Almshouses: sepia wash drawing

'Bagot's Arms Houses (sic), Abbots Bromley,' showing a view looking up the street on the left. The gable end of a timbered house is on the right hand side of the lane leading up to the church. Showing ...

Abbots Bromley Old Houses: sepia drawing

'Old Houses in Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing timbered houses with two gables, located on the corner of land leading to church. The almshouses are on the left.'J. Buckler.'

Almshouses, High Street, Kinver

The buildings with two bay windows in the centre of this view of the High Street were almshouses at numbers 47 and 48. They were demolished in 1972.

Almshouses, High Street, Kinver

The almshouses stood at 48-49 High Street and were demolished in 1972. At the time of this photograph the building was occupied by Midland Bank Ltd.

Almshouses, High Street, Kivner

The Almshouses were demolished in 1972.

Almshouses, Manor Road, Kings Bromley

Numbers 2, 4 and 6 Manor Road, Kings Bromley. This Grade II listed terrace of three cottages was built in 1860 by the Lane and Tomline families to house three poor men of the parish. Above each doorway ...

Almshouses, Penkridge

These almshouses in New Road were built in 1866 by the Dowager Lady Hatherton as a memorial to her husband. They consisted of five tenements for retired labourers from the Teddesley estate. This postcard ...

Almshouses, Penkridge

These almshouses in New Road were built in 1866 by the Dowager Lady Hatherton as a memorial to her husband. They consisted of five tenements for retired labourers from the Teddesley estate. This postcard ...

Almshouses, Penkridge,

These almshouses in New Road were built in 1866 by the Dowager Lady hatherton as a memorial to her husband. They consisted of five tenements for retired labourers from the Teddesley estate.

Bagot Almshouses, Abbots Bromley

On the left are the Bagot Almshouses, built in 1705 through a bequest from local landowner Lambard Bagot. Originally intended to house six elderly men, who were given a quarterly allowance and, every ...

Bridge street, Almshouses, Newcastle-under-Lyme

In 1688 the Duke of Albemarle bequeathed £6000 for the erection and maintenance of almshouses for twenty poor widows. The houses were eventually built in 1743, and had to be demolished in 1964 to make ...

Burnside, Rolleston on Dove

A lantern slide view of Burnside. On the left can be seen the Almshouses established in 1672 following a charitable bequest to the village by William Rolleston. They were built on Burnside in 1712 and ...

Chell Workhouse, Turnhurst Road, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan shows some of the doors, windows and fireplaces of Chell workhouse. Workhouses date back to the 17th century and were set up as places that provided work, often in return for food and lodging, ...

Dunsley Home of Rest, Dunsley

The building dates from the early 1800's and was known as Dunsley House or Dunsley Villa. From 1912 until the 1930's the building was used as a rest home by the Girls' Friendly Society.

Female imbecile ward, Stoke workhouse, Newcastle Road, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of the female imbecile ward (so called at the time) built in 1894 at Stoke workhouse on Newcastle Road. Workhouses were originally meant to be places where the poor could work in return for ...

Fern Cottage, Trentham parish workhouse

This plan is of Fern Cottage, Trentham parish workhouse. Parish workhouses began in the 17th and 18th centuries as places where the poor worked in return for food and board. The workhouses were frequently ...

Guys Almshouses, Lower Gungate, Tamworth

Presumably residents pictured outside Guy's Almshouses. Thomas Guy built his Almshouses in 1678 for seven poor women, with seven more rooms being added for men in 1692. Thomas Guy became the MP for ...