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Hoar Cross Hall

Hoar Cross Hall was built between 1862 and 1871 by Henry Clutton. It was begun by Hugo Meynell-Ingram just before his marriage in 1863 to Emily Charlotte, daughter of Sir Charles Wood, Bt. On 26 May 1871 ...

Horse Box, Uttoxeter area

A horse box constructed by A.J. Fryer and Co., motor engineers of Derby Road, Uttoxeter.

Horse Display Team, County Show, Hopton,

Staffordshire Agricultural Society's annual County Show was originally held at various sites around the county. The first show at Stone was in 1844. Since 1958 the County Show has been held at the ...

Hubert de Gotham Parker-Jervis

Portrait of Hubert de Gotham Parker-Jervis. Half length portrait of a man with a moustache wearing a red hunting coat. He was born 29 December 1858, youngest son of the Hon. Edward Swynfen Parker-Jervis ...

Hunt and hounds, High Street, Pattingham

This is the area of the High Street known as "The West End." This is the Albrighton Hunt possibly on its way to meet at Rudge Hall. The newly built Working Men's Club can be seen on the right hand side ...

Hunt meet at Dunstall Hall, near Burton-upon-Trent

A Meynell Hunt Meet at Dunstall Hall. An eighteenth century house with wings and a new entrance side added by about 1850. the house belonged to the Arkwright family from 1814. The Hardy family purchased ...

Hunt Meet at Dunstall Hall, near Burton-upon-Trent

Riders from the Meynell Hunt, during a fox-hunting meet at Dunstall Hall. Baroness Burton (left) with Mr R.J. Hardy of Dunstall Hall. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Hunt Meet at Eccleshall Castle,

The castle was used as the residence of the Bishops of Lichfield. The first reference to this building was in 1200, when Bishop Geoffrey Muschamp obtained a royal licence to embattle a manor house in ...

Hunt meet at Heybridge, Lower Tean

North Staffordshire Hunt meeting on the lawn in front of the south-west front of the house. Samuel Philips (died1824) bought Heybridge in about 1813 and greatly extended an existing stone built farmhouse. ...

Hunt meet at Holly Bush Hall, Newborough

The Meynell hunt at Holly Bush Hall, Newborough. Holly Bush Hall was built in the late 18th or early 19th century it was used as a hunting lodge before becoming a country residence.

Hunt Meet at Smallwood Manor, Marchington Woodlands

The Meynell Hunt meeting at Smallwood Manor, Marchington Woodlands. Smallwood Manor was built to designs by R.W. Edis in 1886. Since 1937 it has been a Preparatory School for Denstone College. Some ...

Hunt meet at the Bird in Hand Inn, Hilderstone

A fox hunt meet outside the Bird in Hand Inn near Hilderstone.

Hunt meet at the Fox Inn, Stourton, near Kinver

Hunt Meet at Walton Hall, Eccleshall,

Hunt meet at Walton Hall, near Eccleshall

A fox hunt meet at Walton Hall, near Eccleshall. Photographer: Frank T. Hudson, High Street, Eccleshall.

Hunt Meet, Chartley Castle,

Meynell Hunt Meet by the ruins of Chartley Castle. Chartley Castle was built by the Earls of Chester some time after the Norman Conquest. The original castle was constructed from earth and timber ...

Hunt Meet, Eccleshall,

Hunt meet at Eccleshall outside the Crown Inn and the Royal Oak on High Street.

Hunt Meet, Grindley

Mounted and foot followers meeting at Grindley. Grindley Railway Station can be seen in the distance, to the right.