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Armistice Day 1918, King Street, Talke Pits

Standing from left to right are Mr James Lewis, Mr William Lewis, Mr David Taylor, Jack Davis, and Miss Nellie Lewis. Joseph or Richard Kennedy is pictured sitting on the floor on the left, with William ...

Armistice Day, Lapley

Armistice Day commemorations on the village green, Lapley.

Armistice Day, Stone

Service and civic parade in front of the War Memorial on Granville Square, Armistice Day. The Stone War Memorial on Granville Square was unveiled on 10 January 1921 by Lord Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant ...

Army cadets parade at Tamworth Castle

Army cadets in a parade marching past Tamworth Castle. In the left hand file from front to back are, Lt. Elwell Capt. Belt, Bob Hall, David Frankum, Brian Archer, Billy Hall?, Clifford Archer, with Roger ...

Army Cadets Party, Stone

The Stone Air Defence Cadet Corps, later the A.T.C., was founded in May 1941, with the help of Squadron-Leader H.C. (Claude) Cooksey. Stone Senior Council School was used as a centre, but the A.T.C. ...

Army cadets, Uttoxeter ACF

Army chaplain, Rugeley Camp, Cannock Chase

Rev. John Reay, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. He conducted ANZAC services at the Army Training Camps on Cannock Chase and was Vicar of Hednesford in 1919 having previously been Curate at St Barnabas ...

Army Manoeuvres, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire

A hawker's tent selling fruit, vegetables and chocolate pictured during Army cavalry manoeuvres at Pond Farm, near Easterton on Salisbury Plain. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Army Manoeuvres, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire

Ten men eating and drinking outside a tent during Army cavalry manoeuvres at Pond Farm, near Easterton on Salisbury Plain. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Army Officer and WAACs at Brocton Military Camp,

Army officer and four members of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps. The cat sitting on the lap of one of the WAACs could possibly be Snooks, the cookhouse cat, and the photograph has been signed by Gladys ...

Army parade at the Drill Hall, Rugeley

Rugeley's Drill Hall was opened by Major-General C.C. Van Staubanzee, in 1926. Located in Anson Street, near the Police Station, on the site of the previous Territorial's hut, it still stands today (in ...

Army Recruits at Colwich Station,

Army recruits at Colwich Railway Station awaiting departure. They are accompanied by a local councillor and a police constable. The alternate image is a digitally colourised version of the image.

ARP Warden Helmet, World War II

During World War II Air Raid Precaution warden’s had the job to protect civilians from the dangers of air-raids. During blackouts they were responsible for ensuring no light was visible. They had ...

Arthur Bott, Long Service Award at theEnglish Electric Co., Stafford

This view was taken during a 25 year Long Service Award presentation to Arthur Bott at the English Electric, Central Standards Department which at the time was based in Foregate Street opposite to the ...

Arthur Myatt at Myatt's Garage, Stone

Arthur Reginald Myatt, proprietor of Myatt's Garage on Longton Road, Stone, in the garage workshop. The site is now (2007) occupied by William Jones Motors.

Ashleys, Grocers, High Street, Uttoxeter

Assize Judges, St. Mary’s Church, Stafford

Assize Judges, Mr Justice Pearson and Mr Justice Hallett are seen with a Police guard of honour as they enter St. Mary’s Collegiate Church for the service which traditionally preceded the opening of the ...

Austin's and Happy Days Coaches, Stafford

This Coach FV 6567 was an AEC Regal with Burlingham coach body new in 1949 to Austin's as their fleet number 46. As this was delivered new to Austin's it must have been registered by the bodybuilders, ...