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Methodist Sunday School, Hot Lane, Burslem

This single storey building is three room wide by three rooms deep. The front of the building has a row of stone plaques above the skirting. Two decorated iron figures extend from the external buttress. The ...

Methodist Sunday School, Swan Bank, Burslem

This Sunday School building has two sections. The first is two storeys high, six rooms wide by two rooms deep. The second building also has two storeys but is five rooms wide by two rooms deep. They were ...

Meynell Ingram Tomb, Church of the Holy Angels, Hoar Cross

Interior of Hoar Cross Church. These two carved white marble effigies are Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram (d. 1871) and his wife Emily Meynell Ingram (d. 1904), who commissioned the church in memory of her ...

Middleport Methodist Memorial Church, Dimsdale Street, Burslem

This building is rectangular in shape,being two rooms wide by four rooms deep. The front and east side of the building is partly obscured by a modern extension. Several namestones are featured within ...

Mill Dale Primitive Methodist Sunday School, Alstonefield

A dissenters' chapel was opened at Mill Dale in January 1836, but was transferred to the Ashbourne Primitive Methodist circuit in 1886. Occasional services are still held.

Mill Dale, Alstonefield

The road running alongside the River Dove, is heading out towards Lode Mill. The large house standing sideways on was once a tea-room, while the building at the top of the picture (facing), is the Methodist ...

Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks

On the left hand-side behind the car with the 'L' plate on the front is the church lych-gate with hanging lantern.

Mill Street Church Choir, St. John's Mission Church, Leek

Choiristers of the Mill Street Church Choir (St. John the Evangelist Mission Church) pictured outside the church. St. Johns is the daughter church of St. Edwards Church in the town. The photograph ...

Mill Wheels, Mill Bank, Stafford

A postcard view by Mill Bank, Stafford, of the mill Wheels from the town mill which was built by George Brewster in 1834, on the site of the medieval town mill. It was powered by two wheels, fed from ...

Milwich Church and Parsonage House: pen and wash drawing

'N. W. View of Milwich Church & Parsonage House.' North north west view showing the ancient tower with a carved course under the battlements and angle buttresses. The Nave is 18th century of brick. ...

Milwich Church and Parsonage House: sepia wash drawing

'Milwich Church and Parsonage House, Staffordshire.' South west view showing the tower of the church over the brow of a hill. There are houses to the left of the church. Artist: G. Buckler.

Ministers and choristers, St Peters Parish Church, Hednesford

Left to Right. Back Row. 1: Harold Haynes, 2-4, 5: Frank Turner, 6: Mr Casemore, 7: Gerald Timmins, 8?, 9: Tom Shaw, 10? Middle Row. 1-3, 4: Brian Manley, 5?, 6: Edward Peter Steele, 7: John Bennett, ...

Ministers and St. Peter's Church Choir, Hednesford

Left to Right. Back Row. 1: Doug Maund, 2: Mr Dangerfield, 3: Mr Haynes, 4: Mr Harvey, 5: Charlie Alcott, 6-7?, 8: Les Higgins (George). Second Row. 1: Gail Higgins, 2: Susan Jones, 3: Sandra Bowers, ...

Moddershall Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including a view of All Saint's Church, Moddershall, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Monument to Sir Robert Wolseley, Colwich Church

Sir Robert Wolseley of Wolseley Hall fought on the side of the King during the Civil War; his estate was later confiscated as a result. He died of a fever in 1646 aged 59, his body being brought back ...

Monument in Caverswall Church

The monument of Countess St. Vincent in the chancel of St. Peter's Church. It was sculpted by Sir Francis Chantrey in 1818.

Monument to Sir Robert Wolseley, Colwich Church,

Sir Robert Wolseley of Wolseley Hall fought on the side of the King during the Civil War; his estate was later confiscated as a result. He died of a fever in 1646 aged 59, his body being brought back ...

Monument to the Wood family at Colwich Church

East side of cross in Colwich churchyard carved by sculptor Samuel Peploe Wood as a monument to his brother, the painter Thomas Peploe Wood, and other members of his family.