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Patshull Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Patteshull Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a classical building (consecrated August, 1743), a 'pepper-pot' tower, a south porch with columns, and a low lead roof. There is a lot ...

Patshull Church: water colour painting

'Patshull Church.' South east view showing a classical building (consecrated August, 1743), a 'pepper-pot' tower, a south porch with columns, and a low lead roof. There is a lot of ivy on the tower and ...

Patshull House: engraving

'Patshull, Staffordshire, Seat of Sir George Piggot (sic), Bart.' Showing a plain solid Georgian building with a west wing and outbuildings, looking over the park. It stands on a mound and the park runs ...

Pattingham Church - East Window: sepia drawing

'East Window of the South Aisle and Chancel of Pattingham Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a window of four lights, with a pointed-head. There are four gravestones in the foreground. 'J. Buckler.'

Pattingham Church and Vicarage House: aquatint engraving

'The Vicarage House & Church of Pattingham, Staffordshire.' North east view of the church, and east view of the vicarage, taken from the vicarage grounds. The house is a three-storey, Georgian building.Anonymous, ...

Pattingham Church and Vicarage House: sepia wash drawing

'Pattingham.' Showing a north east view of the church, and an east view of the vicarage. The vicarage is a three-storey Georgian house. The chancel of the church is partially obscured by bushes. The ...

Pattingham Church Steeple

The church spire was added by the fifth Earl of Dartmouth in October 1871, in pious memory of his father, the fourth Earl. The steeplejacks have posed for the photographer as the steeple is "topped ...

Pattingham Church: ?zincograph

'Pattingham Church, Staffordshire.' East south east view showing an 'Early English' chancel. (Pen and ink drawing.) Artist Rev. John Louis Petit.

Pattingham Church: aquatint engraving

'South-View of Pattingham Church,' from the road. Showing the south porch, the south aisle, the chancel, and the tower without a spire. Also showing a lich-gate and stocks in the foreground.'Paddy, ...

Pattingham Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Pattingham Church, Staffordshire,' showing the south aisle and the south porch, (a large yew tree obscures much of the chancel), and the tower.'J. Buckler.'

Pattingham Churchyard

A view of St. Chad's churchyard. Left of centre is the churchyard cross, and to the right is the sundial on a baluster shaft.

Pattingham Red Cross at the Vicarage

Front row (left to right): Mrs.Warner, Miss Nicholls, Mrs. Hann, Rene Shanks, Mary Lycett, Jessie Inett, Mrs. Boswell, Mrs. Crutchley, Mrs. Dyke, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Page.

Pelsall Church (Old): pen and ink drawing

'Pelsall Church.' South east view of the Old Church from the road. Showing a brick building, like a barn or factory, with two heavy buttresses, and a small tower at the west end. There is a herd of ...

Pelsall Church: sepia drawing

'North West View of Pelsall Church, Staffordshire,' showing the chapel re-built in 1844, of the new lancet window Gothic style, in cruci-form shape, without a tower. Artist: J. Buckler.

Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent

View from the church tower looking towards St. Thomas Place, Penkhull, showing the Marquis of Granby public house.

Penkridge - Font in Parsonage Garden: sepia drawing

'Old Font in the Parsonage Garden at Penkridge, Staffordshire.' Showing an ancient octagonal font with carved panels (fleur de lys etc.,) and a grooved supporting shaft.Anonymous, [John Buckler.]

Penkridge - Parsonage House: sepia drawing

'Parsonage House at Penkridge, Staffordshire.' North east view showing a spacious white late Georgian building [erected 1830]. It is shut off from the church by a railway embankment. 'J. C. Buckler.'...

Penkridge Church

St. Michael and All Angels' Church dates from the 13th century, and also has decorated and late Perpendicular features. It was a Royal Collegiate Church, but the collegiate buildings were destroyed in ...