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Clanford Hall, Seighford, (2)

Clanford Hall is timber framed with a three storey porch.

Clayton Farm, Clayton Green, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A view across Clayton Green of the Farmhouse and barn.

Conservatory, Shugborough Walled Garden

Interior view of the consevatory which adjoined the Gardener's House. This photograph was taken by Charles Goldsmith, Head Gardener at Shugborough between December 1931 and October 1932.

Cooksland Hall, Seighford

Built in the early 19th century, Cooksland Hall belongs to the Eld family.

Cottage at Farley

A cottage or stable north of the Smithy at Farley, dating from about 1850.

Cottage, Back Lane, Hixon,

This old cottage on Back Lane was commonly known as 'Percy Ratcliffe's Cottage', and only measured 16 by 12 feet. The cottage was demolished in 1986 and was replaced by a house named Chartley Corner....

Cottage, Haughton

Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Cottages on Cannock Chase

A labourer's cottage somewhere on Cannock Chase, photographed by B. Karleese.

Coven Farm House

A timber-framed two-storey late 16th century house with a T-shaped plan. It has been considerably altered since the 1950s.

Covered manure pit, Home Farm, Hales

Two men loading manure from a covered pit into a wagon, pulled by two horses. Photographed at Home Farm for Mr E.B. Hall of Hales Hall. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Cowley Farm, Outwoods, Gnosall

The farmyard at Cowley Farm showing the centre of the north range from the south. From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire Record Office.

Cowley Farm, Outwoods, Gnosall

Cowley Farm near Gnosall, showing exterior, mill and malthouse from the west and south west. From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire Record Office.

Cowshed, Abbotsholme, Rocester

Interior of a largely whitewashed cowshed at a Rocester farm. The man wearing a white overall, and holding a pail and milking stool is obviously just about to start or finish milking the cows.

Cowshed, Rue Barn, near Eccleshall

A row of nine British Friesian cows standing in a cow shed. Manufacturer's sign for Gascoigne milking machinery on beam above the cows' heads. Photographed for Mr J.H. Leach of No.4 Rue Barn, Cash Lane, ...

Crossfields Farm, Fulford

Cruck Barn, Blymhill

Doglands Farm, Fradswell

The earliest record of Doglands Farm is in the burial of a child of the Stevenson family of Dogland in 1582. Much later, John Fitzgerald sold the property to the Fradswell Estate sometime between 1809-12. ...

Dovecote and buildings, Loxley Hall

Loxley Hall dovecote before surrounding builidings were demolished. Loxley Hall was built around 1800. It was possibly remodelled during the 19th century. The Hall was the home of the Sneyd-Kinnersley ...