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Extract from the Census Return for Shareshill 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Stretton 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Swynnerton 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Talke 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the census return for Tean, 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Tutbury , 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Weston Coyney 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Wetton 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

extract from the Census Return for Wombourne 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extract from the Census Return for Yoxall 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Family group and house, Woodseaves area

A family group pictured outside an unidentified house in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you can identify the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Family Group at Milford

A postcard view of a family group taken on 10 August 1910 at Milford. On the reverse it states that the young man in the centre of the picture is Harold William Frith, aged 1 year and 10 months.

Family group photograph. Circa 1905

Family members sit in a back garden for a formal portrait in the Edwardian period. A keen amateur photographer probably took this posed shot with a plate camera. A middle class family, the photographer ...

Family group, Woodseaves area

A family group pictured outside the front of an unidentified house in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you can identify the location.

Family group, Woodseaves area

A family pictured in the garden of their timber-framed thatched cottage. Pleas contact us if you recognise the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Family group, Woodseaves area

Three men and a woman standing in the front garden of a house somewhere in the Woodseaves area. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Family group, Woodseaves area

A family group pictured outside the front of an unidentified house in the Woodeseaves area. Please contact us if you can identify the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Family group, Woodseaves area

A family group pictured in a back garden in the Woodseaves area. On the left is a policeman wearing the uniform of the Staffordshire Police, with number 346 on his collar. Please contact us if you can ...