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Olive Plummer, Cook, Shugborough

Olive Plummer pictured outside Shugborough Hall. Olive was Cook at Shugborough from at least 1939 until 1949. She was born Olive Grundy at Glanford Brigg, Lincolnshire in 1895 and married Reginald Plummer ...

Omnibus with Driver and Groom, Ingestre,

Omnibus at Ingestre with horses, driver and groom.

Pam Rose and maids, Shugborough

Pamela Rose (daughter of George Rose, Head Chauffeur to the Earl of Lichfield between about 1920 and 1962) standing with two maids on the cricket ground at Shugborough.

Rachel Plant , governess, Stafford

Rachel Plant as governess. Rachel was the daughter of Thomas Dalton Plant of Stafford and she is seen in this Edwardian photograph with her two charges and their parents, Mr and Mrs Cundy.

Rock Cottages, Great Haywood

Rock Cottages stood opposite St Stephen's Church, Great Haywood. Eliza Loveday (seated) with her daughter Elsie Loveday in the front garden.

Servants at Moor Court, Farley

A group of servants believed to have been part of the staff at Moor Court, Farley, near Alton. Moor Court was built in 1861 and was the home of the Bolton family, copper manufacturers at Oakamoor and ...

Servants at Pendrell Hall

Pendrell Hall was built in 1870 and originally called Pendryl Hall. The Gaskells moved to Pendrell Hall from The Birches in 1910 and remodelled the house and added the lodge. The Hall was purchased ...

Servants from Drayton Manor, Fazeley

A photograph thought to be of servants from Drayton Manor. Drayton Manor was the home of the Peel family and was built by Sir Robert Peel's father in about 1790. Drayton Manor was demolished in the ...

Servants, Elford Rectory

A group of five maids pictured in the garden of Elford Rectory. The Vicar of Elford at the time was the Rev. Francis Edward Paget, M.A.

Slater Family and Domestic Servants, Stone,

Thomas and Emily Slater with their children Kathleen (aged 12) and Edward (aged 8) and servants. The family lived on Lichfield Road in a house now known as The Rectory. On retirement the family moved ...

State Chariot at Ingestre Hall,

The Earl of Shrewsbury's State Chariot standing outside Ingestre Hall, in preparation for the coronation celebrations of June 1953. The coachman and two footmen wear state livery which includes white ...

Tea Party, Eccleshall,

Tea party in the garden of Frank Hudson's chemist shop on High Street.

The Fountain, Darlaston Hall

An image from a photograph album belonging to the Jervis family, with the caption: 'The Fountain, Garot and Brionne, the dog'. Louis Garot, born in Belgium, was butler to Swynfen Jervis and his wife, ...

The manor House, Ipstones. Photographed by William Blake.

Exterior view of the Manor House at Ipstones, Nr. Leek, Stafforshire. This view includes a motor car from the period.

The Miller family, Shugborough Walled Garden,

George Miller, Head Gardener at Shugborough 1918 to 1921, and his family in front of one of the glasshouses in Shugborough Walled Garden. George is holding Florence Louise ('Peggy'), Mrs Miller is ...

The Tunstalls, Tunstall, Adbaston

A postcard view of the Tunstalls, near Adbaston. The Tunstalls is a large 18th century farmhouse, which was remodeled and had a third storey added in the mid 19th century. The man holding a shotgun is ...

The wedding of Bill Fisher and Hilda Loveday, Great Haywood

From left, Clifford Charles William Fisher, Hilda Loveday, with Florence Elsmore as bridesmaid and Clifford's younger brother Cyril John Fisher. They married at St Stephens Church, Great Haywood on 3 ...