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Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses, Stafford

Firemen extinguishing a chimney fire at Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses on Earl Street, Stafford. Almshouses built in the middle of 17th century by Sir Martin Noell. He was a London merchant who was ...

Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses, Stafford,

Sir Martin Noell was a London merchant who was born in Stafford in the seventeenth century. He had these almshouses houses built on Mill Street for the poor of the town. The inhabitants were also given ...

Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses, Stafford,

Sir Martin Noell was a London merchant who was born in Stafford in the seventeenth century. He had these almshouses houses built on Mill Street for the poor of the town. The inhabitants were also given ...

St. John's Hospital, Lichfield

St. John's Hospital was founded in around 1135 as a hospital, or place of hospitality, for pilgrims who had travelled to Lichfield to worship the relics of St. Chad. It was refounded by Bishop William ...

Stafford - Almshouses: pen drawing

'Alms Houses, Stafford.' North east view from the court-yard, showing the entrance front of the two storey building, and one of the wings. There is a cart in the court-yard, and a group of people are ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Front View of the Alms Houses at Stafford,'taken from the road behind the court-yard wall, [built c. 1640]. North view showing the courtyard in front of the two-storey building with doors in pairs and ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Alms Houses, Stafford.' North east view from the court-yard, showing the entrance front of the two storey building, and one of the wings. There is a cart in the court-yard, and a group of people are ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'The Garden Front of the Alms Houses at Stafford,' [built c. 1640]. South view showing the two-storey building with doors in pairs and dormer gable windows. There is a large three-light window in the ...

Stafford - Almshouses: sepia drawing

'View of the Alms Houses at Stafford,' [built c. 1640]. North east view showing the entrance front of the two-storey building, and a corner of the court-yard. The doors are in pairs, and there are dormer ...

Stafford Civic Centre, view from Victoria Square

Watercolour drawing. A design for the Civic Centre, Stafford, with St. Mary's churchyard and the Borough War Memorial in the foreground and Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses in the background. The Civic Centre ...

Tamworth - Guy's Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Guy's Almshouses at Tamworth, Staffordshire.' Showing a large block of buildings at the corner of the street, running up both streets to the extent of seven windows each way. The building is Georgian ...

The Almshouses, Seisdon

The three Almshouses were in Post Office Road, Seisdon. They were demolished in the 1980's for Rudge Court House to be built.

The Old Almshouses, Rolleston

The Almshouses were established in 1672 following a charitable bequest to the village by William Rolleston. They were built on Burnside in 1712 and restored in 1892.

The Old Almshouses, Rolleston

The Almshouses were established in 1672 following a charitable bequest to the village by William Rolleston. They were built on Burnside in 1712 and restored in 1892. The Alder Brook can be seen in the ...

The Old Almshouses, Rolleston

The Almshouses were established in 1672 following a charitable bequest to the village by William Rolleston. They were built on Burnside in 1712 and restored in 1892.

The view from Hanover Street, Hanley

The camera was looking towards the west from Hanover Street in Hanley. In the murk on the left are the two winding towers of Wolstanton Colliery with the spire of St Margaret's Church, Wolstanton on the ...

Trentham parish workhouse

This plan is of Trentham parish workhouse. Parish workhouses began in the 17th and 18th centuries as places where the poor worked in return for food and board. The workhouses were frequently set up in ...

Uttoxeter Town - Almshouses: sepia wash drawing

'Almshouses at Uttoxeter, Staffordshire.' Showing a long low building with four small dormer windows and one gable with a coat of arms. There are two pilasters and a scrolled tablet above a stone course ...