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William Palmer Execution broadsheet

A broadsheet or broadside published at the time of William Palmer's execution at Stafford Gaol, on 14 June 1856. Palmer, 'The Rugeley Poisoner', was hanged after being found guilty of the murder of ...

William Salt

William Salt was born in 1808 in London, the son of John Stevenson Salt and Sarah Stevenson, and the great-grandson of John Stevenson who, in 1737, founded the first bank in Stafford. The Stevenson family ...

William Smith of Leek

Item from a Leek newspaper: SUDDEN DEATH.- William Smith, a well known character in the town, and who once occupied a respectable position in life, died suddenly on Wednesday morning. Owning to his ...

William Tunnicliffe, Longnor

Mr William Tunnicliffe of 4 Queen Street, Longnor, carrying buckets suspended from a yoke. He was aged 73 in 1911. (Additional information courtesy of Mr John Bennett)

William Williams, Furnace Master

William (Bill) Williams was employed in the demolition of the furnaces at Apedale Chesterton. Abraham Parker put the first furnace at Apedale into blast in 1789. The works passed through a number of ...

William Worthington Esq., Burton-on-Trent area

William Worthington, born 1764. His father founded Worthington's Brewery in 1744.

William Worthington, postman, Seighford

William Worthington (born 1878) of Seighford, near Stafford.

Wilton family portrait, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The man you can see in this portrait is believed to have been from the Wilton family of Newcastle-under-Lyme. This painting and its accompanying portrait of a lady had been passed down the family and ...

Wilton family portrait, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The lady you can see in this portrait is believed to have been from the Wilton family of Newcastle-under-Lyme. This painting and its accompanying portrait of a man had been passed down the family and ...

Wooton Lodge, Beaudesert Estate

Census returns for 1851 and 1862 record a Henry Shemmonds, a gamekeeper on the Beaudesert Estate, and his wife Sarah living in the lodge. It is possible that the man in the photograph was the youngest ...

Worthington Floater, Burton-on-Trent

A Worthington Floater outside an unidentified pub in Burton on Trent. The driver of the floater is standing next to the the horse's head wearing a white coat and cap, which has "Worthington" written on ...

Young woman at The Red Lion, Sutton, near Forton

A young woman with a dog standing outside the front door of the Red Lion Inn at Sutton, near Forton. The licensee at the time was Richard E Parker. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.