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Uttoxeter Church - Tomb of the Minors Family: pen and ink drawing

'An ancient Monument of the family of the Minors, in alabaster in Minors Chapel in the old church Uttoxeter, now entirely destroyed, and the chapel converted into the vestry of the new church.' Showing ...

Uttoxeter Church - Tombs of Thomas Kinnersley and of a woman: sepia wash drawing

'Monuments in Uttoxeter Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the sides of two tombs. One of Thomas Kinnersley of Loxley, c. 1500, with the scene of a crucifixion on the central panel. The other, joining ...

Walsall Church - Effigy of cross-legged knight [Sir Roger Hilary]: etching

Showing a cross-legged knight [Sir Roger Hilary] in chain-mail and a surcoat with a sword and shield. Also showing coats of arms; Beauchamp impaling Ferrers; Hilary; Basset; Beauchamp. On the same plate ...

Walsall Church: Effigy of cross-legged knight [Sir Roger Hilary]: copper-plate engraving

'Monument from Walsal (sic).' Showing the effigy of a cross-legged knight. 'Fig. 3. p.806.' Lettered 'John.' .Anonymous.

War Memorial Lychgate, Rocester

The unveiling and dedication of the War Memorial Lychgate at St. Michael's Church, Rocester. It commemorated the 19 Rocester men who fell during the First World War. It was designed by Messrs. Forshaw ...

War Memorial Window, St Peter's Church, Yoxall

View of a two panel stained glass window in St Peter's Church installed as a memorial to the men of Yoxall who fell in World War I. The window depicts a wounded soldier on the battlefield gazing up at ...

War Memorial, Colton

View of the village war memorial at Colton, dedicated to the local fallen of both world wars. At the time the photograph was taken, the memorial was decorated with remembrance poppies and wreaths to commemorate ...

War Memorial, Croxden

Croxden’s War Memorial stands in the churchyard of St. Giles’ Church. It commemorates 12 men who fell during the First World War. In 2007 the names of three men who died serving their country during the ...

War Memorial, Endon

Memorial to the men of Endon who fell in the two world wars in the form of a tall square plinth topped with a cross. The memorial stands in St. Luke's Churchyard. The fallen of World War 1 are listed ...

War Memorial, Kings Bromley

Situated at the junction of Lichfield and Alrewas Roads, and opposite the Royal Oak Inn, the memorial is now more visible after the removal of the surrounding hedges seen in this photograph. It was dedicated ...

War Memorial, Market Place, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of the War Memorial in Uttoxeter, which was carved by Robert Bridgman & Sons of Lichfield. It was unveiled on 11 November 1928 by Colonel Ratcliffe, a leading commander of the North Staffordshire ...

War Memorial, Milwich,

The memorial to the men of Milwich killed in the First World War stands in All Saints' churchyard.

War Memorial, St Andrew's Church, Weston

Ornate stone and brass memorial to the men of Weston who fell in World War 1. The names are inscribed on a central brass plaque, flanked by carved stone statuettes of St Michael the Archangel and St George. ...

War Memorial, St Peter's Church, Yoxall

Ornate village war memorial located in Yoxall church, commemorating the fallen of World War I. Officers are listed first, followed by other ranks. The list of names is flanked on either side by statuettes ...

War Memorial, Weston

View of the Weston village war memorial, commemorating the men of Weston who fell in the two world wars. The inscriptions visible on this side of the memorial record the men who served (and returned) ...

Wedding at Pattingham Church

Walking along the path from the Lych Gate to St. Chad's Church in Pattingham is Jack French Snr with his daughter Flossie.

Wednesbury Church - Monument to Thomas and Eleanor Parkes: water colour painting

Showing a monument to Thomas and Eleanor Parkes [1602] and an ancient Lectern. The latter is of coloured wood with a gilt eagle. The wall memorial shows a man and a woman kneeling and facing each other, ...

Weston-under-Lizard Church - Effigies of Sir Hugh de Weston and Sir Hamo de Weston: pen and wash drawing

Showing two effigies of knights in recesses. The figures are in chain-mail and surcoats, each holding swords, with their feet on beasts. Numbered '42.'Anonymous.