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The Bond sisters, Uttoxeter

A family photograph of the Bond sisters of Uttoxeter. May Bond married Herbert Finch, and two of her six children are at the front of the photograph. Annie Bond married Frank Cowley and her daughter ...

The Breeze family, Seighford

Members of the Breeze family are pictured in the garden of Church Cottage, Seighford. The building in the background is the Vicarage which in later years was demolished and the area redeveloped with private ...

The Breeze family, Seighford

Members of the Breeze family are pictured in the garden of Church Cottage, Seighford. In the centre (second from left) are Jessie and Arthur Breeze; on the extreme right is Emma Breeze, front row ...

The Bridge and Chapel, Gradbach. Photographed by William Blake.

View of the bridge and chapel at Gradbach, Cheshire.

The Bright Hour group, Flash Lane, Trent Vale

Members of the 'Bright Hour' group from the Methodist Chapel at the top of Flash Lane, Trent Vale, are pictured here. Included in the photograph are Sarah Burrows and Mary Myatt.

The Bush Inn

A view of the Bush Inn, According to a handwriiten note on the reverse of this photograph, the two children were named Florry and Monty. The exact location of the photograph is unknown.

The Bush Inn

View of the Bush Inn, A pencil written note on the reverse of this picture tells us that the two children were called Monty and Florry. The exact location of the photograph is unknown.

The Commemoration Hall, Rolleston

The Commemoration Hall (pictured left), designed by Arthur Eaton of Derby, was opened in 1897 to coincide with the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. It stands on the esat side of Burnside. A lounge ...

The Coppice, Stone

A tinted postcard view of Longton Road, showing Coppice Farm. Published by A.W. Tilley, newsagent and stationers, 7 Radford Street, Stone.

The Cottage, Gravel Lane, Huntington

Pictured in the rear garden are, from left to right: Paul Williams, Mark Williams, Florence Briggs, Jeanette Williams (nee Briggs), Claire Williams and Sam Williams. The property was demolished in ...

The Crescent, Wolstanton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at The Crescent, Wolstanton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Croft, Seighford

Left to right: Susan Jenks, Janet Lawton and Roger Bunn are pictured in the garden of a house known as the Croft (sometimes known as the Craft) which in later years was demolished and replaced with housing ...

The Crown Club, Abbots Bromley

This postcard view was published in 1913 with the picture taken at a wonky angle. The description on the front of the postcard is: ‘Crown Club 1913 Dinnertime’. This scene was captured on Crown Bank, ...

The Crown Club, Abbots Bromley

The description on the front of this postcard view is: ‘Crown Club 1914’. The picture was taken on Crown Bank, Market Place, Abbots Bromley. On the left are cottages and in the centre behind the motor ...

The Crown Hotel, Codsall

The Crown Hotel was situated at The Square, Codsall. In 1900 the proprietor was Thomas Malpas, who was also a butcher and a farmer. The road to the left of the Crown Hotel is Wood Road, and the ...

The Duke of Kent visits RAF Stafford

The Duke of Kent is pictured meeting families of service personnel during his visit to RAF Stafford. The Duke spent five hours on the site visiting several sections and meeting staff and their families. RAF ...

The Dyke Family, Hanley

Oliver Dyke (1860-1924) with his wife Caroline and children, Lionel (born 1893), and Gordon (born 1895) and Clarice (born 1891). Oliver Dyke founded Bratt & Dyke's department store. Lionel and Gordon ...

The Earl of Harrowby and family, Sandon Hall

The 5th Earl of Harrowby and his family outside Sandon Hall. From left to right: The Hon. Francis Ryder (later Lady Frances Berendt) on 'Pansy'; Viscountess Sandon (later the 6th Countess of Harrowby) ...