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English Electric Co. staff, Stafford

Charles Pearson is 7th from left in the middle row. Siemen Bros. Electrical Engineering Works opened its Lichfield Road factory in 1903, after relocating from Woolwich with 800 of its employees. The ...

Evelyn and Walter Roy Handforth

Evelyn Handforth (1890-1963), nee Lumsdale) with her second son, Walter Roy Handforth (1920-1980) wearing the family christening robe. The family lived at Holly House, Ricardo Street, Dresden, Longton....

Evening Dress, 1930s

Evening dresses from the 1930s are remembered for elegance and opulence. The '30s saw many new cuts and styles in women's fashions. After a decade of short, boysih flapper style dresses the 1930s ...

Family group, Woodseaves

A family group, possibly a family Christening, in Woodseaves, The sign for the Reform Tavern can be seen in the background to the left. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Family wedding group, Cheadle

A group pictured at the marriage of Frank Albert Plant (1898-1962) and Margaret Collins (1894-1976) at the Bethel Congregational Chapel on the corner of Tape Street and Well Street in Cheadle. The Plant ...

Fisher family, William Bull’s farm, Loxley

Photograph taken on 8th April 1901 at William Bull’s farm, Leese Hill Loxley near Uttoxeter. Joseph and Harriet Fisher are seated centre with their son Allan Charles behind, with Esther Ann Bull on ...

Funeral order of interment

Funeral order of interment and order of carriage of the funeral of Miss Edge of Pitfield House, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 22 February 1865. The undertakers were Mosley Brothers of Newcastle-under-Lyme ...

Funeral Procession, Stafford,

Funeral procession of the Town Clerk, Matthew Folliatt Blakiston, seen on Gaolgate Street. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Gladys Hope's Wedding dress, 1935

Due in part to the rise of glamourous celebrities of the time, the 1930s saw the re-emergance of the more shapely feminine body shape. This made a change from the flat boyish body shapes of 1920s fashion. ...

Gold Wedding Dress, 1926

This was worn by Mary Ellen Barks when she married her husband Mr Simon Salt on 16th June 1926. This is a gold or 'champagne' coloured georgette and lace wedding dress. It is knee length, with a ...

Gold Wedding Dress, 1960s

This dress was worn by Mrs Dunn when she was married on 3 September 1962 at Wolstanton Methodist Church. It is quite typical of the wedding fashion of the day. Everyday fashion in the 1960s started ...

Golden Wedding Party at the Old Vicarage, Eccleshall,

Rev. and Mrs Allen's' Golden Wedding celebration. The photograph was taken outside the Old Vicarage on Vicarage Close.

Golden Wedding Party, Hixon

Mr and Mrs Wilmot Martins' Golden Wedding party. From left to right are Mr and Mrs G. Bagshaw, Mr Martin', Mrs Edith Martin (nee Kennerley) and Mrs Mycock, wearing Victorian clothes, who was celebrating ...

Group portrait at the wedding of Albert Rowley and Mabel Law, The Poplars, Pattingham

Pictured, from left to right, in the back row are Ginny Bowen, Guy Thwaite, ?, ?, ?, Mr Buckley, ?, Joe Law, ?. Pictured, from left to right, in the middle row are ? Law, ?, Emily Harper, Ernest Law, ...

Haynes and Sons workmen, Stone

Workers from Haynes and Sons, wheelwrights, taken on the wedding day of Bert Haynes. From left to right: William Haynes, Harry Haynes, Ron Fowler, William Stubbs, Tom Johnson, Sam Cooper, Bert Haynes. ...

Interior of Rowland's Bakery, Stafford,

Rowland's were a well-known family firm in Stafford, owning a bakery and grocer's shops on Gaol Road and Crabbery Street. At the rear of their premises was a yard where they kept delivery vehicles. Rowland's ...

Johnson family, Tean

Golden Wedding photo of William Henry Johnson and Frances Verian Johnson (nee Nutt) with their family at Tean on 21st February 1933. The Johnson's son John Henry Johnson is seated with them. Back ...

Ladies Wedding Shoes, 1926

Worn in 1926 by Mrs Salt (nee Miss Mary Ellen Barks) on her wedding day. Although they appear plain for a wedding they were also practical and could be worn again after the wedding, as shoes were expensive. ...