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Soldiers from Stone

Three soldiers, all of whom lived on Newcastle Road, Stone, and served in the Great War. At the back is Private George Sansom of the North Staffordshire Regiment, who lived at 99 Newcastle Road. Seated ...

Soldiers with Bass & Co. wagons, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide of Bass & Co. wagons drawn by Shire horses, being used as transport for the 6th North Staffordshire Regiment. The church is St. Mary and St. Modwen's Catholic Church on Guild Street. Copyright: ...

Soldiers, Rugeley Camp, Cannock Chase

A group of soldiers pictured outside a hut at Rugeley Camp. In the front row, seated 4th from left is a soldier wearing the uniform of the North Staffordshire Regiment. Most of the others are Durham ...

Stone Territorials

5th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment 'D' Company, 16th Platoon at their headquarters on Newcastle Road, Stone. Front row, 4th from left is Harry Evans. 5th from left is Mr Bond, who used to ...

Stone Territorials

5th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment 'D' Company, 16th Platoon at their headquarters on Newcastle Road, Stone. An informal group. Seated 2nd from left is Dickinson. Harry Evans is seated 3rd ...

The 3rd (Leek) battery, The 2nd North Midland Brigade RFA Belle Vue, Leek

Troops seen after mobilisation, having just left the Drill Hall in Alma Street and en route to join the Brigade and Ammunition Column in Burton-on-Trent. They entrained for Luton where the 46th North ...

The Prince of Wales’s, North Staffordshire Regiment

The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire) Regiment was officially formed in 1881 as part of the Childers Reforms when the 64th and 98th Regiments of Foot were amalgamated. However, the Regiment can ...

The Stone Territorials off to the front, Stone

Token, North Staffordshire Regiment

One and a half pence token, 2nd Volunteer Batallion of the Prince of Wales Regiment North Staffordshire. In 1883 the 2nd and 5th Staffordshire Rifle Volunteer Corps were re-named the 1st and 2nd Volunteer ...

Two North Staffordshire Heroes

Left: Corporal Ernest A. Egerton of The Sherwood Foresters, awarded the Victoria Cross. Right: Lance-Sergeant John H. Rhodes of The Grenadier Guards awarded the Victoria Cross. Printed on the back ...

Unveiling of the Nicholson War Memorial, Leek

The memorial tablet has just been unveiled from behind the Union Jack by Lieutenant General Sir Charles Harrington, GBE, KCB, DSO (GOC Northern Command), and dedicated by the Bishop of Stafford. Sir Arthur ...

Whittington Barracks, near Lichfield

Soldiers, family and guests at a Passing Out Parade at Whittington Barracks.

William Gains, Uttoxeter

William Gains in his Army uniform. The photograph was possibly taken while William was on leave. William Gains (1887-1982) was born in Ripon, North Riding of Yorkshire, and married Jessie Bond in Uttoxeter ...