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Sandon Church - Tomb of Sampson Erdeswicke: sepia wash drawing

Showing Sampson recumbent, with the kneeling figures of his two wives in niches, and numerous coats of arms (coloured). Artist: Rev. S. Shaw.

Saxon Cross Shaft, Eyam, Derbyshire. Photographed by William Blake.

Stereoscope slide of a Saxon Cross Shaft at Eyam Church, Derbyshire.

Seighford Church - Tomb of William and Mercy Bowyer: pencil drawing

'Monument of the Bowyers in Seighford Church,' showing a table tomb with the effigies of a man in armour and a wife, on top, [William and Mercy Bowyer, 1593], and six children on the side, with coats ...

Seighford Church - Tomb of William and Mercy Bowyer: sepia wash drawing

'Monument of the Bowyer Family in Seighford Church, Staffordshire,' showing a table tomb with the effigies of a man in armour and a wife, on top, [William and Mercy Bowyer, 1593], and six children on ...

Seighford Churchyard

Rose Worthington at the grave of John Worthington (1853-1922) and Emily Worthington, nee Caddy (1859-1923), in Seighford Churchyard.

Shabti Egyptian Figures, c.2000-330 BC

A Shabti is a small figurine, usually in the shape of a mummified person that would have been placed in tombs for the dead to re-activate them for servants. Shabti have evolved throughout Ancient ...

Shareshill Church - Monumental effigy [Cassandra Swynnerton]: sepia wash drawing

'Effigy in Shareshill Church, Staffordshire,' showing a stone effigy from a table tomb, now destroyed, of a woman in flowing garments, [Cassandra Swynnerton (Giffard) 1562-70].'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Shareshill Church- Monumental effigy to [Sir Humphrey Swynnerton]: sepia wash drawing

'Effigy in Shareshill Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a stone effigy from a table tomb, now destroyed, of a man in armour, [Sir Humphrey Swynnerton, 1562-70].'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Sharp Brothers and Knight War Memorial, Burton-upon-Trent

Memorial to the workers from Sharp Brothers and Knight joinery manufacturers killed in the two world wars. Originally displayed on the factory building, the two memorial plaques were later remounted on ...

Sheriffhales Church - Memorial: tracing

'Sherifhales.' Showing a memorial (after Dugdale), of a kneeling knight and four sons, and a kneeling lady with one daughter shown out of four, in armorial coats. Also showing four tombs, one of which ...

Sir Walter Wrottesley's tomb, St Nicholas' Church, Codsall

This is the tomb of Sir Walter Wrottesley who was buried on 11 December 1630. It is located in the chancel of Codsall Church. The depictions on the front of the tomb are to represent each of his five ...

South Chapel, St. Mary's Church, Swynnerton,

On the left is a seven foot high statue of Christ, who is seated and pointing to a wound in his side. The statue dates from the thirteenth century and was found buried beneath the floor of the chapel. Due ...

Spring loaded tape measure

Manufactured to commemorate the death of Prince Albert on December 14th 1861. The inscription on the reverse reads: 'In memory of His Royal Highness Albert, Prince Consort, Duke Of Saxony. Born August ...

St Joseph & St. Ethelreds's Roman Catholic Church, Rugeley

St. Joseph's and St. Ethelreda's Roman Catholic Church was built in 1849-50 and designed by Charles Hansom. This postcard view was printed in England by Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd. London.

St. Aidan's Mission Church, Interior, Stafford,

St. Aidan's opened in 1902, on Marston Road, as a mission church of Christ Church.

St. Bartholomew's Church, Butterton

Interior view of Butterton church, decorated to commemorate the centenary of the 1918 Armistice and to give thanks for Butterton's status as a 'Doubly Thankful' village (the only one in Staffordshire), ...

St. Chad's Church Interior, Seighford,

St. Chad's dates from the Norman period, although the west tower was rebuilt in local brick in the seventeenth century after the original tower collapsed. Evidence of Norman architecture can still be ...

St. Chad's Church Interior, Seighford,

St. Chad's dates from the Norman period, although the west tower was rebuilt in local brick in the seventeenth century after the original tower collapsed. Evidence of Norman architecture can still be ...