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Cardinal Reginald Pole

Cardinal Reginald Pole (1500-1558) was the last Roman Catholic Archbishop opf Canterbury, and held office during the Counter Reformation. He was born at Stourton Castle, near Kinver in Staffordshire ...

Catholic Chapel, Blackshaw Moor Polish Resettlement Camp

A group of girls from the Polish community at Blackshaw Moor resettlement camp, standing outside the Roman Catholic chapel. the chapel stood until the 1990s. In 1946, displaced Polish servicemen and ...

Catholic Procession, Stafford,

The Catholic Procession was organised by the parishes of St. Austin's and St. Patrick's. The route was from St. Patrick's Church in the north of Stafford to St. Joseph's Convent on Lichfield Road, ...

Ceremony to dedicate churchyard extensions, St. Nicholas' Church, Fulford

Included in the procession (from left to right) are ?, Bishop of Lichfield, Percy Forster, Reverend Arthur E. Smith and Mr Ernest Jenkinson. The churchyard extension was given by the Wildblood family. Photograph ...

Charles John Vaughan

Lithograph print. A caricature of Charles John Vaughan (1816-1897), scholar and churchman, by 'Montbard', with caption Nolo episcopari' . Appeared in 'Vanity Fair' 24th August 1872.

Choir at the Church at Perton

Members of the choir pictured with the organist, Alan J. Cartwright. Soon after construction of housing on the former Perton Airfield site started in 1972, Church of England and United Reformed Church ...

Christ Church and the Rev. E. Fennie, Hilderstone,

Photograph taken from a calendar. Every year the Rev. Fennie (Vicar of Hilderstone 1950 - 1959) sent members of his parish a calendar featuring a photograph of himself. He joked that if they did not ...

Christ Church Choir, Stone

Back row: Mr Oldham, Gerald Tyler, Geoffrey Tyler, Frank Myatt, George Buxton. 2nd row: Joseph Rigby, Frank Boote, Rosemary Price, Molly Brook, Barbara Slynn, Frank Boote's son, Derek Slynn. Third ...

Christ Church Choir, Stone

Back row (left to right): Mr. Cook (organist and choirmaster), Daisy Chadwick, Fred Oldham, Horace Deval, Enid Harris, George Buxton, Frank Boot, Joan Oldham, George Moorcroft, Miss Harris, Mr. Poole, ...

Christ Church Sunday School, Stone

Sunday School group pictured outside the front of Christ Church, Stone. Christ Church was consecrated in 1840. In 1899 the two steeples at the front of the church were removed when they were found ...

Christopher Wren, Dean of Windsor & Wolverhampton

Christopher Wren (1591-1698), Dean of Windsor and Wolverhampton. His son was the famous architect, Sir Christpher Wren (1632-1723). Engraving by G. Van der Gucht.

Church Fete, Hixon,

Church Parade, Rugeley Camp

A typical Sunday morning Parade at Rugeley Camp during World War I, where the Regimental Band would play well-known hymns for the troops. The large building is the Regimental Institute where the lower ...

Commemorative window, St. Luke’s Church, Cannock

This commemorative window, 'the Last Communion on the Battlefield', was given by Charles Loxton in memory of his son Charles Edward Holden Loxton, known as Edward. He was a 2nd Lieutenant in the North ...

Confirmation group, Colwich

A Confirmation group taken on Colwich Vicarage lawn. Left to right: Lilly Seaton, Marjorie Moore, Eileen Harrison, Cynthia Latham, The Vicar (Rev. Chilwell?), Bishop of Stafford, Freda Stocking, Nancy ...

Congregation in the Control Tower, Perton

A Christian service being held in the Upper Room of the Control Tower at Perton. The building has since been demolished. Soon after construction of housing on the former Perton Airfield site started ...

Cutting the first sod of the new St. Paul's church, Edensor, Longton.

Vicar Lane has just cut the first sod. The old church was opened in 1854, but was replaced by a new church on Longton Road in 1940.

Dedication of the Church at Perton

The dedication of the Church at Perton on Saturday 2 October 1982. On the right is Deaconness Sheila Finn, Minister for Perton. Unveiling the plaque if Rt. Rev. Kenneth Skelton, Lord Bishop of Lichfield. Soon ...