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Remembrance Parade, Rugeley

Pictured is the Remembrance Parade at Rugeley War Memorial in 1972. This area of the Town was due to be pedestrianised and after the Parade the Memorial was moved from Anson Street to a new site in Brook ...

Remembrance Sunday Parade, Stone

Scouts and Guides parading through St. Vincent's Square. In the background is 'Norbury's Junction' with the Falcon Hotel and Norbury's old bakery shop, then occupied by Mayfair Cleaners.

Remembrance Sunday, Rugeley

A war veteran lays a poppy wreath at the cenotaph in Rugeley town centre. At the front on the right of the picture are the Girls Brigade band. The War Memorial has since been moved into Brook Square, ...

Remembrance Sunday, Stone,

Photograph taken on Granville Square. The group is standing in front of the War Memorial.

S.S. Mary's & St. Chad's Church. Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Church exterior with a view of S.S. Mary & Chad's Church, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Sir Thomas Boughey's funeral, Forton

The funeral of Sir Thomas Fletcher Boughey, Bart. of Aqualate Hall held at All Saints Church, Forton. Born at Aqualate in 1836, Thomas Boughey was educated at Eton and Christ Church and inherited the ...

St. Jame's Church Memorial Corner. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior, including a First World War memorial corner. Taken at St. Jame's Church, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

St. Jame's Church Memorial Corner. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior, including a First World War memorial corner. Taken at St. Jame's Church, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Stone War Memorial,

The Stone War Memorial on Granville Square was unveiled on 10 January 1921 by Lord Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant of the County. The statue was designed by Albert Toft (1862 - 1949), who also designed ...

The Life, Trial, Character & Behaviour of Thomas Oliver - A local tragedy from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

This is the tragic life story of 28-year old former apprentice surgeon Thomas Oliver, once of Stourbridge and Rugby, then of Burslem. "A diligent, regular and humane young man..." The people of ...

Unveiling of Penkridge War Memorial

This postcard view shows the unveiling of Penkridge War Memorial by the Rt. Hon. Lord Hatherton, C.M.G. This Grade II listed Memorial is set into the churchyard wall of St. Michael and All Angel's ...

Unveiling of the R.A.F. Memorial Plaque, Hixon,

Unveiling of the plaque in the Memorial Hall on High Street. The hall was built in 1926 on High Street to commemorate the Hixon men killed in the First World War. The plaque reads: 'R.A.F. Hixon, ...

Unveiling of the War Memorial, Stone,

The Stone War Memorial on Granville Square was unveiled by Lord Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant of the County. The statue was designed by Albert Toft (1862 - 1949), who also designed the war memorial at ...

Unveiling of Uttoxeter War Memorial

A postcard view taken to mark the occasion of the unveiling of Uttoxeter’s War Memorial on 11th November 1928. The Memorial was carved by Robert Bridgman & Sons of Lichfield, and was unveiled by Colonel ...

Unveiling of war memorial, Uttoxeter

A group standing outside of the school hall in Bradley Street, Uttoxeter on the occasion of the unveiling of the Old Alleynians 1939-1945 war memorial in 1948. This part of Bradley Street is now Back ...

Unveiling the Newcastle-under-Lyme War Memorial, Red Lion Square

Covered by the Union Jack is a simple obelisk design which was made by local sculptor John McKenna. Local organisations await the civic party for the unveiling. Newcastle did not have a war memorial ...

Unveiling the War Memorial, Cannock

Positioned in front of the bandstand in Cannock's town centre, the war memorial was dedicated on May 22nd 1923 and formally handed over the the Town Council the following June. It was originally intended ...

War Memorial dedication, Audley

The dedication of the war memorial, Audley, near Newcastle-under-Lyme.