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English Electric Co., Stafford

This group photograph was taken during a visit to the English Electric, Stafford Works by Vice-Admiral Edwards, Third Sea-Lord and Controller of the Navy. Left to right: Mr E.W. Peace; Mr J.R. Sully, ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This group photograph was taken during a visit to the English Electric, Stafford Works by the Right Reverend A.S. Reeve, Bishop of Lichfield. Left to right: unknown; unknown; Mr E.W. Peace; the Right ...

Forsbrook Church Choir with visiting clergy, Forsbrook

This event was probably the induction of Rev. Butterworth in 1939. The photograph was taken at the back of Forsbrook Old Vicarage. Front row, left to right: two visiting clergymen, Mr Ephraim Brewer ...

Funeral parade with RAF Stafford

RAF Stafford service personnel are pictured during a Funeral Parade leaving St. Patrick's Church on Sandon Road in Stafford. The rough ground to the right may be connected with the building of the new ...

Gardens, Hawkesyard Priory, Armitage

Gardens viewed from the College, with a white robed Dominican Friar standing in front of the water feature. Two stone urns mark the entrance to flower beds. These features and the landscape were present ...

Great War March and Service, Hednesford

Pictured are cadets, ex-servicemen and guests, along with members of the public attending a service following a march in Hednesford. Similar marches and services were held around Staffordshire to remember ...

Group outside Dosthill Hall

An ecclesiastical meeting at Dosthill Hall with Church and lay people including, seated in the centre wearing a top hat, Dr Barnes Bishop of Birmingham, who was a very controversial figure of the time. ...

Harvest Festival display, Rising Brook School, Stafford

Harvest festival services were held at several local schools in Stafford during September 1952. In this picture, taken at Rising Brook Mixed Junior and Infant School, Ian Pickstock and Judith Walters, ...

Hednesford War Memorial unveiling ceremony

H.R.H. Princess Alice, Duchess of Athlone performed the unveiling of Hednesford's War memorial on 9th November, 1922. The memorial iis located on the edge of Hednesford Common on land donated by the Marquis ...

Hixon Christmas Bazaar

Miss Gwen Berryman (Doris Archer of the BBC radio serial “the Archers”), opened the Hixon Bazaar on the afternoon of Saturday 7 December. In this photograph she is signing autographs for three young women ...

Horticultural Show, Acton Trussell

Mr D Tonks (judge) points out prizewinning exhibits to the Chairman, the Rev. W A Appleby (Vicar of Bednall) at Acton Trussell horticultural show, looking on are left to right: Mr A W Bunn (committee ...

Knightley Church

Christ Church was built in 1840 on land given by Lord Lichfield. The architect was Thomas Trubshaw and the foundation stone was laid by the Countess of Lichfield. It was opened for public worship on July ...

Knightley Church

Christ Church was built in 1840 on land given by Lord Lichfield. The architect was Thomas Trubshaw and the foundation stone was laid by the Countess of Lichfield. It was opened for public worship on July ...

Knightley Church

Christ Church was built in 1840 on land given by Lord Lichfield. The architect was Thomas Trubshaw and the foundation stone was laid by the Countess of Lichfield. It was opened for public worship on July ...

Market Place, Cannock,

View of Market Place with the Crown Hotel to the left. The Crown Hotel was built in the early 18th century and demolished in 1962. It was replaced with a row of modern shops.

Ministers and choristers, St Peters Parish Church, Hednesford

Left to Right. Back Row. 1: Harold Haynes, 2-4, 5: Frank Turner, 6: Mr Casemore, 7: Gerald Timmins, 8?, 9: Tom Shaw, 10? Middle Row. 1-3, 4: Brian Manley, 5?, 6: Edward Peter Steele, 7: John Bennett, ...

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, ...

National Book League, Stafford

Alderman H J Bostock, President of the Stafford branch of the National Book League, gives a welcoming handshake to Canon J E W Wallis, canon and librarian at Lichfield Cathedral, (deputising for the Bishop ...