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Cross Ways, Pottal Pool, Cannock Chase

A postcard view of what is now the A34 Cannock to Stafford Road disappearing into the distance. The Penkridge to Rugeley Road comes from the left and onwards to what was, during World War I, Rugeley Camp. ...

Croxton Footballers

Left to right: Dennis Ward, John Lawton (holding the dog) and Michael Trevor.

Darlaston Grange, Stone,

Mr Joseph Harvey with his dog, Fly. They are standing outside Darlaston Grange.

Dog Portrait. Photographed by William Blake.

Print containing a dog portrait.

Dog show, Staffordshire County Showground. Hopton

Judging in the toy dogs category at a dog show at the Staffordshire County Showground at Hopton, Stafford.

Domestic servants and outdoor staff, Shugborough Hall

Formal photograph of domestic and outdoor staff pictured outside the kitchens at Shugborough Hall. The kitchen and laundry staff wear white dresses. On the left a blacksmith (believed to be William ...

Donkey Riding

Photograph taken in an unknown location in Staffordshire. It shows a man and dog, and three girls; two of whom are sitting on the backs of donkeys. This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & ...

Dr Hewson, Coton Hill Asylum, Stafford,

Coton Hill Asylum was built in the 1850s and opened in 1854. It was originally built as an extension to the County Asylum in order to house private patients. It was to be known as The institution for ...

Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Page 38 of 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. 'Bits and Pieces', a ...

Ernest Hector Haywood and his dog, Stafford

Fireman Ernest Hector Haywood (1903-1990) and his family dog, 'Old Don', who is seated on a motorcycle. The photograph was probably taken in the back yard of his home at 1 Orchard Street, Stafford. Note ...

Ernest Hector Haywood and 'Old Don' , Stafford Fire Brigade

Fire fighter Ernest Hector Haywood, son of the Stafford Chief Fire Officer Alfred Ernest Haywood, is pictured driving the Brigade's fire engine. He is accompanied by 'Old Don', the family dog. Ernest ...

Eviction of Gipsies, Eccleshall,

In 1906 there were reports of 'German Gipsies' who had migrated from Prussia, who were travelling the country thieving and committing acts of violence. The police were forced to move them out. In ...

Family Group outside Burston Villa,

Family Group, Brocton, (1)

Family group in the gardens of a partially thatched cottage in Oldacre Lane.

Family Group, Eccleshall,

Fire Engine 'Evelyn' with Crew, Stafford Fire Brigade

Chief Fire Officer, Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, is seated at the front of fire engine 'Evelyn', with his son Ernest driving beside him. The family dog, and probably the Brigade mascot, 'Old Don' can ...

Fire Engine, Stafford

Stafford Fire Brigade with their Leyland fire engine. The engine is being driven by fire fighter Ernest Haywood, son of the Chief Fire Officer Alfred Haywood. His family dog, and presumably the Brigade ...

Fishing, Hopton Pool