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Dedication of the electric bells, Fazeley Church

The Rev. Arthur M. Coxon, Vicar of Tamworth, and Rev. Dean are seen here dedicating the electronic bells in the vestry of Fazeley church.

Dedication of the new school extension, Eccleshall

The Bishop of Stafford, Right Rev. Douglas H. Crick, speaking at the dedication of the foundation stone of the extension to Eccleshall Central Church of England School. With him are some of the clergy ...

Dedication of the site of the Church at Perton

The dedication of the site of the new Ecumenical Church Centre (the Church at Perton) by Deaconess Sheila Finn, Minister for Perton, who is standing in the foreground. Soon after construction of housing ...

Dedication of the War Memorial, Eccleshall,

Dedication of the First World War memorial in the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church. The War Memorial Cross was unveiled by the Lord Lieutenant of the County (The Right Hon. The Earl of Dartmouth, ...

Dippons Lane, Perton

Miss Jackson and her dog Bullet walking along Dippons Lane in Perton. Much of Dippons Lane has disappeared under housing including that around Gainsborough Drive. Perton Airfield was constructed in ...

Dr. Henry Sacheverell

Dr. Henry Sacheverell (1672-1724), clergyman and politician, was born at Marlborough, Wiltshire. His first post was as Vicar of Cannock, and he was later preacher at St. Saviour's, Southwark. As Vicar ...

Dr. Henry Sacheverell

Dr. Henry Sacheverell (1672-1724), clergyman and politician, was born at Marlborough, Wiltshire. His first post was as Vicar of Cannock, and he was later preacher at St. Saviour's, Southwark. As Vicar ...

Dr. John Bridgeman

Dr. John Bridgeman (1577-1652) was Bishop of Chester 1619-1652. He married Elizabeth Helyar, daughter of Reverend William Helyar, in 1606. His oldest son Orlando was a judge and baronet and his third ...

Drake Hall Chapel, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Page 10 of 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. This page describes the ...

Duke of York's visit to Tamworth, Hospital Street

The Duke of York is pictured here during the ceremony to declare the War Memorial Hall open. Standing on the platform are, from the left, the Vicar of Tamworth Rev. Rogers, Bishop of Lichfield, the Duke ...

Easter Dues - a notice to the householders of Hanley and Shelton, from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

Local taxes, or 'tithes,' were a controversial issue in 1824 - not least those collected every Easter by the local clergy. The Peter Watson Case When, in Durham, a shoemaker-turned-troublemaker ...

Eccleshall Church Fete

The opening of Eccleshall Church Fete on a rainy day at the Old Vicarage, Eccleshall. From left to right, Rev S. Tetley (Vicar of Eccleshall), Mrs Fountain-Page, Rev Preb M. Fountain-Page, Mrs Tetley. ...

Edward Johns, Armitage Pottery

Photograph of Edward Johns (c.1822-1893), owner of the Armitage Pottery 1867-1893. A small pottery was in existence in Armitage by 1817 and by 1851 this had begun to produce sanitary ware. In 1867, ...

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 Vice-Admiral Edwards, Third Sea-Lord and Controller of the Navy. Left to right: unknown; Lord Nelson (George ...

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 ...

First Christian Service at Perton

The first Christian service held at Perton, Christmas Eve 1976 at the home of Mr and Mrs Holden, Biggin Close, Perton. Soon after construction of housing on the former Perton Airfield site started ...

Football Champions, Leek

Photograph of All Saints Boys’ Football Team, 1921 The Reverend William Benson Wright was the first vicar of All Saints Church at Compton and did much to build up activities in his parish. He is pictured ...