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Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows a church parade and a band passing the 17th century hexagonal butter cross in the Market Place and walking towards Bagot Street in Abbots Bromley. On the right there is a ‘Green ...

Portrait of Father A.M. Sperling, St. Mary's R.C. Church, Compton, Leek

Father Alfred Sperling was the priest of St. Marys for about 40 years from the 1880s until the 1920s. The church was built largely due to the financial support of Mr John H. Sperling of Norwich, father ...

Portrait of Father Anderson, Leek

Father Joseph Francis Anderson came to Leek in the spring of 1860 as the new priest of the Catholic chapel on Fountain Street. With the help of the Mother Superior of the Loreto Convent in Nanan, Ireland ...

Portrait of lady in the WRAF, McCann Studio, Hight Street, Uttoxeter

Portrait of Rev. James Badnall, Vicar of Endon

James Badnall was born in Wavertree, Liverpool in 1839. His father was vicar of Wavertree in the city, but he had family connections with the Staffordshire Moorlands as his grandfather was Richard Badnall, ...

Portrait of Rev. William T. Nelson, Wesleyan Minister, Leek

Reverend Nelson was a preacher on the Leek Wesleyan Methodist Circuit between 1862 and 1865. The map location is the site of the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Fountain Street

Portrait of St. Peter's Church choir, Forsbrook

Back row, left to right: Mr W.H. Sherratt (organist/choirmaster), Frank Goodwin, Lionel Phillips, Mr W. Higgins, lay reader. Middle row: Cyril Beeston (7th from left), Tom Blair (part-time organist, ...

Portrait of the Rev. John Knight, Milwich,

Photograph of a drawing. The Rev. Knight was the vicar of All Saint's Church, Milwich, between 1772 and 1800. The church was rebuilt during this period.

Portrait of the Rev. T. Worthington, Fradswell,

The Rev. Worthington was the rector at Fradswell Church.

Presentation, St Paul's Church, Stafford

On behalf of the parishioners of St. Paul’s Church, Stafford, the Vicar, the Rev. L H Morgan is pictured presenting an electric clock to his Curate, the Rev. C V Bishop (centre right), who is leaving ...

Priest, Studio photograph, Stafford

Photograph from the Bertam Sinkinson collection is probably a theatrical pose. This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & Fowke. Charles Fowke was based at the Victoria Road studio from about 1904, ...

Priest, Studio photograph, Stafford

This photograph from the Bertam Sinkinson collection is probably a theatrical pose. This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & Fowke. Charles Fowke was based at the Victoria Road studio from about ...

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.

Rev W. Quibell and Mrs Quibell with women's group, Hednesford

William Quibell was vicar of St Peter's Parish church, Hednesford from abiout 1899 to 1916 having previously served in the county at Silverdale and Shenstone. He finally moved to Barton under Needwood ...

Rev. Chilwell, Vicar of Colwich

Reverend William Veasey Chilwell was Vicar of Colwich from 1929 until his death at the age of 65 on 9th June 1941. he had previously been Vicar of Kings Bromley and Curate at Wolstanton.

Rev. Dobree, Vicar of Colwich

Osmond Dobree (1832-1929) was born in Guernsey. After being curate at Knypersley and then vicar of Goldenhill he was appointed Vicar of Colwich by 189, a post he held for many years. By 1923 he was ...

Rev. Norman and Choir, St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Rev. Norman, on the far right, with the choir of St. Mary's Church.