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Proclamation of King George V, Rugeley

This postcard is believed to show the Proclamation of King George V in front of the Town Hall, Rugeley. George V was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 6 ...

Proclamation of the Accession of George V, Stone

The proclamation is being read from the portable bandstand in Granville Square. The building in the background is the District Bank. The portable band stand seen here was the first of its kind and ...

Reform Club Horticultural Show, Stafford

Little Ann Dorrington is pictured presenting a bouquet to the Mayoress of Stafford, Mrs C Jones at the Reform Club horticultural show. In the group left to right are: Mr D Perkins, President, Mr A Johnson, ...

Safe Driving Awards, Stone Post Office

Councillor Arthur Swanwick, Chairman of the Stone Urban District Council, is pictured presenting a safe-driving medal to Mr K Smith, at Stone Post Office. In the centre of the group is Mr I Howell, Postmaster. ...

Sandon and Burston Parish Council

Parish councillors takng part in a presentation in the Sandon parish room. From left to right: John Siddall, Sam Berrisford, Rev Greenup, Ken Clowes, Roger Siddall, Richard Dewberry.

Sir Gilbert Henry Claughton

Sir Gilbert Henry Claughton, Bart. (1856-1921), original member of Staffordshire County Council, Alderman 1895-1921, Chairman of the Finance Committee. An oil painting study for a portrait by Frank ...

Sir Thomas Salt

Sir Thomas Salt (1830-1903), banker and Conservative politician, was Member of Parliament for Stafford 1859-1865, 1868-1885 and 1886-1892. He was Alderman of Staffordshire County Council 1889-1904. ...

Social event, Perton

Pictured at an unidentified social event in Perton are (left to right) Mrs H.M. Carter, Jean Anderson, County Councillor John Carter and Betty Carter, who founded the Perton branch of the Women's Institute....

Stafford Borough Council Committee Meeting, Riverside, Stafford

This photograph of a Committee Meeting at Stafford Borough Council’s Civic Offices at Riverside in Stafford was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. If you recognise anyone in this view please ...

Stafford Savings Committee, Stafford

Civic visitors and leaders of the local savings movement are pictured at the annual dinner and concert arranged by the Stafford Savings Committee at the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stafford. Seated left to right: ...

Staffordshire County Council annual meeting, Stafford

Pictured in the County Buildings Council Chamber in Stafford, are County Administrators. Alderman Lewis Davies, had been elected Chairman for a fourth year, and presided at the annual meeting of the Staffordshire ...

Stone Town Council Members,

Photograph taken at the rear of the Council Offices on Station Road. From left to right are: Brenda Ottley, Steve Booth, Joyce Farnham, Harry Brunt, Alf Peck, Morag Jones, John Ferrie, Roy Osbourne, ...

Tamworth Borough Council at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth Borough Council outside Tamworth Castle. On the front row are, from left to right, J. Coleman (Mace-Bearer), Alderman H. Hare, Alderman G. Hoskison, Dr. Sculthorpe (Mayor), Mr J. Matthews (Town ...

The Mayor of Stafford visits RAF Stafford

The Mayor of Stafford, Miss E.S. Kidman is pictured with a civic party and senior officers during a visit to RAF Stafford. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury ...

The Mayor’s Sunday Parade and RAF Stafford

During the Mayor’s Sunday Parade RAF Stafford service personnel are pictured marching along Greengate Street towards the Market Square. On the platform on the right taking the salute is the Mayor of ...

Thomas Amies, Mayor of Stafford,

Thomas Amies was Mayor of Stafford in 1889. He is wearing his chain of office.

Thomas Fletcher Twemlow

Thomas Fletcher Twemlow of Betley (1816-1894). Chairman of the Quarter Sessions in Staffordshire 1869-1894. A watercolour cartoon also showing Matthew F. Blakiston. Both were original members of Staffordshire ...

Unveiling of Borough Boundary Post, Stafford

Unveiling of a Stafford boundary post by the Mayor, Richard Young. He is attended by other civic dignitaries and two mace-bearers. This boundary marker is the northern one on Stone Road sited near Tillington ...