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Fox hunt meet, Newborough

A hunt meet, probably the Meynell Hunt, moving out of the village centre, Newborough.

Fox hunt meet, Newborough

A hunt meet, probably the Meynell Hunt, at the village centre, Newborough.

Fox hunt meet, Wychnor

Postcard view of refreshments being taken at a fox hunt meet at Wychnor, near Burton-upon-Trent. Photographer: Ernest Abrahams of Burton-upon-Trent.

Fox hunting at Fisherwick Park Farm, near Lichfield

This photograph may have been taken at Fisherwick Park Farm, between Whittington and Elford, near Lichfield.

Fox hunting, Fisherwick Park Farm, near Lichfield

This photograph may have been taken at Fisherwick Park Farm, between Whittington and Elford, near Lichfield.

Game Keepers at Sandon Hall

Photograph taken at Sandon Hall Park October 1963. Left to Right: Geoff Merrick (Head Keeper at Sandon), Fred Culpin (Gardener Chauffeur at Hilcote Hall), Harry Poole (Gamekeeper at Ingestre Hall).

Gamekeeper, Ingestre Hall,

Robert Courtney was an under-gamekeeper at Ingestre Hall until 1921, when he moved to Shugborough as gamekeeper. He retired in 1953.

Gamekeeper, Oakedge Park,

This is believed to be Ernest Smith, Gamekeeper at Oakedge, on the northern edge of Cannock Chase, in the late 19th century.

Gamekeeper, Stafford area

A gamekeeper carrying pheasants after a shoot. We do not know where this photograph was taken, but this glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & Fowke of Stafford, so it is likely to have been taken ...

Gamekeepers at Ingestre Hall

A group of gamekeepers pictured in the grounds of Ingestre Hall, seat of the Earls of Shrewsbury.

Gamekeeper's Cottage, Madeley

Gamekeeper's Cottage, or Woodland Cottage, stood in Walton's Wood, north east of Madeley. It was demolished around the time the M6 was constructed in 1962-1963.

Gamekeepers, Maer Hall Estate

This group of gamekeepers, pictured with their dogs, guns and catch of rabbits and fowl are believed to be from the Maer Hall Estate.

Gamekeepers, Maer Hall Estate

This group of gamekeepers, pictured with their dogs, guns and catch of rabbits and fowl are believed to be from the Maer Hall Estate.

Group at a shooting party, Mere Oak Farm, Pattingham

Pictured standing, from left to right, are ?, ?, ?, Jesse Weston and Henry Malin. Annie Weston is kneeling at the front. She was aged 16, and the eldest child of Jessie Weston. She later emigrated ...

Gymkhana, unknown location. Photographed by William Blake.

Gymkhana at an unknown location.

Harry Poole, Game Keeper Ingestre Hall

Portrait photograph of Harry Poole and his retriever. Harry was employed as Head Gamekeeper by the Earl of Shrewsbury at Ingestre Hall between 1920 and 1928. He was later employed as Head Keeper under ...

Harry Poole, Gamekeeper, Ingestre

Harry Poole was employed as head game keeper by the Earl of Shrewsbury at Ingestre Hall between 1920 and 1928. He was later employed as Head Keeper under Mr Harrison, who held the shooting rights to ...

Hoar Cross Hall

Hoar Cross Hall was built between 1862 and 1871 by Henry Clutton. It was begun by Hugo Meynell-Ingram just before his marriage in 1863 to Emily Charlotte, daughter of Sir Charles Wood, Bt. On 26 May 1871 ...