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Infantry Clerks Training Course, Whittington Barracks, near Lichfield

A group of soldiers, including some from the North Staffordshire Regiment, at the Infantry Clerks Training Centre at Whittington Barracks. In the first row from the back are to back row are: Pte Landon ...

Inspecting Bass & Co. horses, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of war officials inspecting Bass & Co.'s horses for war transport work. The horses are being inspected in Guild Street. The law courts can be clearly seen in the background and what ...

Lance Corporal 'Bill' Coltman VC, pictured with other members of the 1/6th Battalion, North Staffords

Lance Corporal Coltman, VC is pictured here on the right with CSM Garnham MM (left) and two officers. Coltman joined the 1/6th North Staffordshire Regiment in January 1915 as a stretcher-bearer. He ...

Leek Volunteers going to War, Lowe Hill, Leek

The Leek Battery set off to join the war effort right at the start of World War I.

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Henry Wilkinson

Oil painting. Half-length portrait of Lt. Col. Joseph Henry Wilkinson, D.L., J.P., V.D., (1845-1931), Chairman of the Standing Joint Committee of the Quarter Sessions and County Council of Staffordshire, ...

Military Parade, Stafford,

Second World War military parade headed by the North Staffordshire Regiment Band and mounted police. The parade is seen here in Market Square and heavy rain has not deterred the crowds.

Militia approaching crossing, Blythe Bridge

The 5th Battallion of the North Staffordshire Territorials onn their way to Burton during general mobilisation in August 1914. They were one of the first Companies to go to France. In the foreground ...

North Staffords arriving at Haida Pasha in Eastern Thrace, Turkey

Under an armistice between Greece and Turkey in 1922, Eastern Thrace (including Istanbul – formerly Constantinople), which had been taken over by Greece at the end of the Great War, was to be returned ...

North Staffords in camp at Wellington, South Africa, during the Boer War

After the outbreak of the Boer War in 1899, the 4th (Militia) Battalion, North Staffords, was ‘embodied’ in January 1900 and arrived in South Africa in March, serving there until May 1902. For much of ...

North Staffordshire Regiment

The 2nd batallion North Staffordshire Regiment pictured in 1939.

North Staffordshire Regiment (Pensioners), St. Editha's Church, Tamworth

A photograph of the North Staffordshire Regiment Pensioners taken outside the west door of St. Editha's Church Tamworth. On the front row from the fourth right are, Philip Kid, Standard Bearer, William ...

North Staffordshire Regiment Concert Party, India

1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment concert party in fancy dress during their service in India in the 1920's.

North Staffordshire Regiment Concert Party, India

1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment concert party in fancy dress during their service in India in the 1920's.

North Staffordshire Regiment Concert Party, India

1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment concert party in fancy dress during their service in India in the 1920's.

North Staffordshire Regiment Concert Party, India

1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment concert party in fancy dress during their service in India in the 1920's.

North Staffordshire Regiment soldiers, Belgium

Pte 2889 Gordon Dyke and his brother Pte 2888 Lionel Dyke pictured with one of their colleagues, Eric Carhart, of the 1/5th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment. On the back of this photograph is ...

North Staffordshire Regiment Sports Team, India

Sports team 1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment during their service in India in the 1920's.

North Staffordshire Regiment troops outside R. Peach & Co's Crown Maltings, Burton-on-Trent

6th North Staffs troops outside R. Peach & Co's Crown Maltings, Anglesey Road, Burton-on-Trent. Local troops standing with horses, which were being used for transporting small arms ammunition in boxes....