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Hunting Frieze, Gerrard's Bromley,

This barn once formed part of the estate belonging to Gerrard's Bromley Hall. The sixteenth century hall was built behind two courtyards; off the courtyards were barns and stable blocks. The hall ...

Ilam Village

A general view of the village with the Grade II listed Watts-Russell Cross in the foreground. This elaborate cross was raised by Jesse Watts-Russell of Ilam Hall in memory of his wife Mary, who died ...

King Edward VII at Rangemore

A lantern slide of King Edward VII at a shoot at Lord Burton's estate at Rangemore. At the time Lord Burton was unable to leave London, so the King stayed with the Earl of Shrewsbury at Ingestre instead, ...

Meynell Hunt in Abbots Bromley

The Meynell Hunt's whipper-in with other huntsmen and hounds passing through Abbots Bromley. In the background can be seen the 17th century Butter Cross and the timber-framed Goat's Head public house....

Meynell Hunt Meet, Blithfield Hall

This postcard picture was taken at a wonky angle and it shows a meeting of the Meynell Hunt at the front of Blithfield Hall, the home of the Bagot family.

Meynell Hunt meet, Coton Hall, Coton in the Clay

Coton Hall is at Coton-in-the-Clay in the parish of Hanbury. This large three-storey stuccoed house was built in 1790 as the home of the Adderley family. A major fire in 1947 caused extensive damage and ...

Meynell Hunt meet, Coton Hall, Coton-in-the-Clay

Coton Hall is at Coton-in-the-Clay in the parish of Hanbury. This large three-storey stuccoed house was built in 1790 as the home of the Adderley family. A major fire in 1947 caused extensive damage and ...

Meynell Hunt meet, Coton Hall, Coton-in-the-Clay

Coton Hall is at Coton-in-the-Clay in the parish of Hanbury. This large three-storey stuccoed house was built in 1790 as the home of the Adderley family. A major fire in 1947 caused extensive damage and ...

Meynell Hunt meet, Market Place, Uttoxeter

The Meynell Hunt are pictured here in the Market Place, Uttoxeter, where they met every year on Boxing Day.

Meynell Hunt Meet, Market Place, Uttoxeter

The Boxing Day meet of the Meynell Hunt in 1922. Frances Hollins is the little girl on the left hand side, leaning out of the crowd and holding the dolly. The man 3rd in from the left is her father, ...

Meynell Hunt meet, Mavesyn Ridware Hall

Mavesyn Ridware Hall was built by Charles Chadwick on the site of the Old Hall in 1718. Photographer: Alfred McCann (1865-1943) or Gerald McCann (1897-1970) of Uttoxeter.

Meynell Hunt meet, Mavesyn Ridware Hall

Mavesyn Ridware Hall was built by Charles Chadwick on the site of the Old Hall in 1718. To the right of the Hall can be seen the Gatehouse of Mavesyn Ridware Old Hall. This 14th century building has ...

Meynell Hunt meet, Meynell and Ingram Arms, Hoar Cross

Two mounted hunt followers with their hounds and a crowd of spectators outside the Meynell and Ingram Arms in Hoar Cross.

Meynell Hunt Meet, Stowe-by-Chartley

Meynell Hunt presentation, Staffordshire

The Meynell Hunt's Master of the Foxhounds giving or receiving a present. Taken at an unknown location in east Staffordshire by Uttoxeter photographer Gerald McCann, who had a national reputation as ...

Meynell Puppy Show, Sudbury Hall

The annual Meynell Puppy Show at the Meynell Hunt Kennels, Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire.

Meynell Puppy Show, Sudbury Hall

The annual Meynell Puppy Show at the Meynell Hunt Kennels, Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire. The Judges were Captain Esme Arkwright (Oakley Hunt), Fred Earp (Earl of Harrington's Hunt), Frank Freeman (Pitchley ...

Nicholson Memorial, Leek

Sir Arthur Nicholson and his wife Lady Nicholson presented the memorial to the town in memory of their son Lieutenant Basil Lee Nicholson and all other local men who died fighting in the First World War. ...