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Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., agricultural engineers, Stafford

A name plate from an agricultural implement made or supplied by Frederick H. Burgess Ltd, Stafford and branches. Frederick H. Burgess founded his ironmongers and agricultural implement business in ...

Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., agricultural engineers, Stafford

A name plate from an agricultural implement supplied by Frederick H. Burgess Ltd, Stafford. Frederick H. Burgess founded his ironmongers and agricultural implement business in Eccleshall in 1900. ...

Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., Eccleshall

Staff at Frederick H. Burgess Ltd's agricultural implement dealers, Stafford Street, Eccleshall. Left to right: Jean Rochelle and Jessie Pierson. Frederick H. Burgess founded his ironmongers and agricultural ...

Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., Eccleshall

Staff at Frederick H. Burgess Ltd's agricultural implement dealers, Stafford Street, Eccleshall Left to right: Ron Banks, Gordon Kinnersley, Jack Ball, Josie Trevor, Jean Rochell, Edgar Yoxall, Mr ...

Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., Eccleshall

Staff at Frederick H. Burgess Ltd's agricultural implement dealers, Stafford Street, Eccleshall. Left to right: Joe Parker, Jack Prince, Josie Trevor, Mr Hartwell. Frederick H. Burgess founded his ...

Gardeners at Kings Bromley Manor

Photograph of gardeners at Kings Bromley Manor, Staffordshire, outside bothy. Kings Bromley was the home of the Lane family since 1784

Gardeners at Kings Bromley Manor

Photograph of gardeners outside a glasshouse at the Manor Kings Bromley, the home of the Lane family since 1784

Gardeners at Shugborough Walled Garden,

Garden foreman, Mr Ed Steele and his wife Ellen with a cultivator and trailer at Shugborough Walled Garden during the Second World War. Mr Steele was foreman to Mr Heap, who was the Walled Garden tenant ...

Gate made from farm tools, the Wodehouse, Wombourne

Photograph of a garden gate made entirely of farm tools, including pitchforks, rakes, shears and scythes. In the gardens of the Wodehouse, near Wombourne. At the time of this photograph the Wodehouse ...

Glebe Farm, Cauldon Grange

Charlie and Nellie Hall at Glebe Farm, Lower Grange. With them is their neighbour John Oakes, from Middle Grange. There were four houses at the remote settlement of Cauldon Grange, all of which ...

Goods label, Frederick H. Burgess Ltd., Eccleshall

Frederick H. Burgess founded his ironmongers and agricultural implement business in Eccleshall in 1900. The business was a success and by 1912 the headquarters had moved to Stafford, with branches in ...

Hall End Lane Farm, Pattingham

Stan Bentley and Walter Bramall at Hall End Lane Farm with a tractor-drawn reaper-binder.

Hall End Lane Farm, Pattingham

John Inett on the 'Fergie' at Hall End Lane Farm. The Ferguson TE20 tractor was manufactured between 1946 and 1956. The 'Little Grey Fergie' was a hugely successful lightweight tractor.

Hall End Lane Farm, Pattingham

Stan Inett and John harvesting wheat with a Massey Harris combine harvester at Hall End Lane Farm.

Hall End Lane Farm, Pattingham

Stan Inett driving a Massey Harris combine harvester in a wheat field at Hall End Lane Farm.

Harris and Son, Rugeley

This shop was built in the mid-19th century for R. J. Harris & Son, ironmongers. This image is taken from a glass negative. The shop displays a fine selection of ironmongery, agricultural and household ...

Harry Russell preparing the land by disc harrowing in Pasford Mill Farm

The Tractor is an Allis Chalmers 1940 model U (Land Lease from America 1940).

Harvesting a field of oats, Loxley, near Uttoxeter

Harvesting the last section of a field of oats with a horse drawn harvester. Taken on the farm of Robert Whittaker, Loxley Bank Farm, near Uttoxeter. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter....