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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, ...

Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows a church parade and a band passing the 17th century hexagonal butter cross in the Market Place and walking towards Bagot Street in Abbots Bromley. On the right there is a ‘Green ...

Parish Church Choir, St James the Less Church, Longton

Back row (left to right): Gordon Baynham, Peter Lockett, Brian Hudson, Geoff Parsons, Barry Colclough, Alan Landon, Ray Stokes, unknown, John Ollier. Front row: Ernie Kale, M. Flahertey, John Munns, ...

Portrait of St. Peter's Church choir, Forsbrook

Back row, left to right: Mr W.H. Sherratt (organist/choirmaster), Frank Goodwin, Lionel Phillips, Mr W. Higgins, lay reader. Middle row: Cyril Beeston (7th from left), Tom Blair (part-time organist, ...

Postcard view of The Old Vicarage, Fulford

The Old Vicarage was built in about 1880 by Reverend George Coppin. It is now a private residence. The current Vicarage is now located in Tudor Hollow. Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and ...

Primitive Methodist Choir, Kidsgrove

The choir in 1926/7. The Primitive Methodists were established a stone's throw from Kidsgrove in Mow Cop in 1807.

Remembrance Sunday, Rugeley

A war veteran lays a poppy wreath at the cenotaph in Rugeley town centre. At the front on the right of the picture are the Girls Brigade band. The War Memorial has since been moved into Brook Square, ...

Rev. Norman and Choir, St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Rev. Norman, on the far right, with the choir of St. Mary's Church.

Seighford Church Choir

Pictured centre row, third from right is Albert Worthington (born 1893, Seighford). His brother Ernest (born 1895, Seighford) is seated on the front row, third from right.

St James Church Choir, Longton

The Church Choir of St. James the Less Church, Longton. The choir members were mainly former pupils of St. James School. In the centre is Rector Clift and next to him (3rd from left) is the Headmaster ...

St Nicholas Church Choir, Codsall [C31; 16YA]

Rev Chinner is standing to the left of choir group.

St. Editha's Church choir, Tamworth

The choir is seen here standing by the west door of St. Editha's. The choir master, Mr Rose, can be seen in the centre, with Rev. Roshard, in the front centre, and the church wardens Mr Parker and Mr ...

St. John the Baptist Church Choir, Longton

The choir photographed for the church's bicentenary in 1964. The church was demolished in 1979 because of mining subsidence. After demolition of the church the graveyard was cleared and the site used ...

St. John the Baptist Church Church Band, Longton

The church was demolished in 1979 because of mining subsidence. After demolition of the church the graveyard was cleared and the site used for retirement housing.

St. Michael's Church Choir and Servers, Brereton

The full choir was was assembled for this photograph, a much larger group than a typical Sunday turnout. They are pictured in the church nave before the altar step. It was a wholly male choir which ...

St. Paul's Church Choir, Croxton, Eccleshall

Back row: unknown, H. Butters, unknown, unknown, Rev. Edwards, unknown, Mr Oldbury, unknown, Mr Shelley, G. Shufflebottom. Miidle row: unknown, A. Shelley, Joan Shelley, Mrs Lawton, Mr Shelley, Ann ...

St. Thomas’ Church, Stafford choir outing to Blackpool

Members of St. Thomas' Church Choir posing for a novelty photograph while on a seside outing to Blackpool. George Dodd is standing, second from right. Other names in this group are J. Broadbent, A. Price, ...

Stafford and District Choral Society,

Final rehearsal of 'Samson', performed by the Stafford and District Choral Society at Stychfields.