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The Mill family, Adderley Green

The Mill family of Adderley Green, Stoke on Trent, outside their shop in Bright Street. Mrs Mill was blind and the little girl was called Emily.

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 Morter family, Oulton, Stone

Back row: Winnifred Morter, Mrs Morter, Elsie Chadderton. Front row: Trixie Morter, Eric Morter. The Morter family lived in the Fold, Oulton. Eric Morter later emigrated to Canada, but paid a visit ...

The Nutt children, Tean

Pictured (left to right) are Arthur Henry Nutt (1860-1948), Frances Verian Nutt, (1858-1937) and Gertrude Nutt (1863-1939). Their parents were Henry and Lucy Nutt. Henry was a stone mason. He broke ...

The old smithy, Coppenhall

A large group of people and horses with a house and smithy in the background. The smithy was sited on the west side of Hyde Lea Bank, between Coppenhall and Hyde Lea. The blacksmith at the time was George ...

The Perry School of Dance and the Chase Players, Rugeley

Left to right: Jeanne Crutchley, Brenda Tranter, Susan Large, Denise Doran, Sandra Bull, Gloria Simpson, Eileen Marshall and seated is Jennifer Hancox. Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley

From left to right: P Hopper, R Andrews, Susan Large, M Nixon, Muriel Saunders and B Doran. These pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured during their ‘Never Smile at a Crocodile’ dance routine ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley

Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured at their Third Annual Dancing Display and Variety Concert which was held in Rugeley Town Hall on 13, 14 and 15 December 1956. The Principal of the Perry ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley

Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured at their Christmas Party in 1953. If you recognise anyone in this view please contact us. The Principal of the Perry School was Vivian E Wootton. Tuition ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley

From left to right: Brenda Tranter, Gloria Simpson, Eileen Marshall, Susan Large and Sandra Bull. These pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured during their ‘An Apple for the Teacher’ dance ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley

Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured at their First Annual Dancing Display and Variety Show which was held in Rugeley Town Hall on 22 and 23 October 1954. During the evening there was a varied ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley.

Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured during a ballet in Rugeley Town Hall. In the centre of the photograph is Denise Doran and on the right in the centre of the seated dancers is Susan Large. ...

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley.

From left to right: unknown, unknown, Eugene Williscroft, Brenda Tranter, Gloria Simpson, Eileen Marshall and Susan Large. These pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured during their ‘Parade ...

The Pond, Rough Close. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of the pond at Rough Close, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Royal Iris, open-topped holiday bus, Uttoxeter

The bus is advertising holidays and cruises in New Brighton and is pictured at the corner of Bradley Street and High Street. Second from lefty is Mr. Sherratt, who had a shop nearby in Bradley Street....

The Royal Party at Rangemore Hall

Group includes the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador, Lady Alice Stanley, Hon. Colonel Legge, Marquis of Soveral, Duchess of Devonshire, Mr Bass, Lord Elcho, Miss J. Thornewill, HM The Queen, Lord Burton, Lady ...

The Schools, Caverswall

A postcard view taken on School Lane of Caverswall Village School. The buildings remain (June 2020) and are part of St Peter’s Primary School, Caverswall. This postcard was published by William Shaw, ...

The Shire Horse Parade, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

A group of children from Christchurch C of E School in Stone, Staffordshire standing with shire horses and dray in front of the joiners' shop to celebrate a centenary at the parade.