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6th North Staffordshre Regiment, Burton upon trent

A damaged lantern slide view of the Band of the 6th North Staffordshire Regiment marching along Station Street. Copyright: Burton Library.

Army camp, Milford Common

Men from the North Staffordshire Regiment pictured at a camp on Milford Common during the Great War. Third from left, in shirtsleeves holding bread and knife, is Jack Harper. In civilian life he was ...

'B' Company 6th North Staffords Guard of Honour, Rugeley

'B' Company 6th North Staffords Guard of Honour outside Rugeley Drill Hall. The Company were just preparing to leave for Stafford, for the unveiling of plaques on the County War Memorial to the 59th Division. ...

Band of the 1st Bn North Staffordshire Regiment, India

Until India was granted its independence in 1947, there was a large part of the British Army that was integrated with the Indian Army – ‘policing’ the Empire’, and keeping order in case of racial tension ...

Bishop of Lichfield's farewell service for the 1st North Staffords, prior to their move to Trieste

The service was held at the Garrison Church in the Barracks at Whittington and was conducted by Bishop Woods, then Bishop of Lichfield.

Boxers, army camp, Milford Common

Men from the North Staffordshire Regiment pictured at a camp on Milford Common during the Great War. Third from right, in shirtsleeves, is Jack Harper. In civilian life he was a ganger on the railway ...

Camp at Lichfield of the 3rd (Militia) Battalion, North Staffords

The Militia was a part-time volunteer force similar to the Territorial Army today. In 1881 the King’s Own Staffordshire Militia was incorporated into the two County Regiments, forming the 3rd and 4th ...

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 ...

Conferment of the Freedom of Burton

A civil authority may bestow (as a mark of honour) its Freedom on an individual or corporate body. This gives a Regiment the privilege of marching through the city or borough with ‘Drums Beating, Band ...

Corps of Drums, 1st North Staffordshire Regiment, Dinapore, India

Until India was granted its independence in 1947, there was a large part of the British Army that was integrated with the Indian Army – ‘policing’ the Empire’, and keeping order in case of racial tension ...

'D' Company 14th North Staffordshire Home Guard, Stafford

'D' Company are pictured here outside Edward VI Grammar School, Stafford. Ken Flint is pictured on the far right of the second row from the back.

Dedication Ceremony at the Depot of the North Stafford Regiment, Whittington Barracks

Dick Flint

Served as Sgt. Dick Flint, 7th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment in World War Two.

Former Battalion Headquarters, North Staffordshire Regiment, College Road, Hanley

This building was the Headquarters and Drill Hall of the Hanley Companies of the 1st Volunteer Battalion of the North Staffordshire Regiment between 1837 and 1897. The tablet over the main entrance has ...

George Henry Mayer, 13005688 The Pioneer Corps. Born 1901

George was born 15th March 1901 in Drayton Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. George originally enlisted at Burslem on the 8th February 1919 into the North Staffordshire Regiment. He left the ...

Harry Evans, North Staffordshire Regiment

Harry Evans (b.1907). Before he was called up to the North Staffordshire Regiment in World War Two, he was in the Territorials. After the war, he became a Special Constable and worked at Joules Brwery ...

Having breakfast in Palestine

Through its history the Staffordshire Regiment has been involved in many campaigns and wars and has been stationed in many parts of the world. Formerly called the North and South Staffordshire Regiments, ...

Hockey Team of the 1st Bn. North Staffordshire Regiment, Trieste

The Hockey team became the Far East Champions. Company Sergeant Major J.M. Walker is seen here sitting the third from the left.