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Stevenson's grocers, Woodseaves area

A woman and child standing outside S.W. Stevenson's grocers, tobacconists and stationers shop. We have been unable to identify the location of this shop, please contact us if you recognise the people ...

Family group, Woodseaves

A family group, possibly a family Christening, in Woodseaves, The sign for the Reform Tavern can be seen in the background to the left. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Wedding at Offley Grove, Adbaston

A wedding group outside Offley Grove, Adbaston. This is possibly the wedding of Valentine Edward Vickers of Offley Grove and Miss Georgina Maria Elizabeth Carter of Eccleshall Castle, which took place ...

Pony ride, High Offley

A small child sitting on a pony. A man and a woman look on. This photograph is believed to have been taken on Grub Street in High Offley. The wall and railings in the background belong to the village ...

Wedding group, Woodseaves area

A wedding group outside a timber-framed house. Please contact us if you recognise the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Wedding group, Norbury

A wedding group outside the house now known as the Old Post Office in Norbury. Thos photograph is believed to have been taken by Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Miss Morris-Eyton, Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

Constance Isabel Morris-Eyton wearing riding habit on her pony at Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton and family. Mr Morris-Eyton was ...

Telephone Exchange extension, Stafford

Telephonists are pictured operating switchboards in a section of the extension to Stafford Telephone Exchange, which was part of a £100,000 development scheme at the Post Office, inaugurated by the Mayor, ...

Baby Show, Stafford and Stone Co-operative Society, Stafford

Holding a miniature cup in one hand and clutching the winner’s cup in the other is two year old Lynette Georgina Swift, after she had been judged to be the best baby in the show, organised by the Stafford ...

Men in uniform outside the Reform Tavern, Woodseaves

Men in military uniform, possibly a military band, standing outside the Reform Tavern in Woodseaves. The landlord at the time was Charles Husselbee. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

Five Morris-Eyton children sitting under the verandah at Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton and family. Mr Morris-Eyton was well known ...

Two girls and pony, Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

Constance Isabel Morris-Eyton and Rose Margaret Eleanor Morris-Eyton with a pony standing outside the entrance porch at Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and ...

Gardens at Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

The gardens and glasshouses at Wood Eaton Manor. The Manor is in the background. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton and family. Mr Morris-Eyton was well ...

Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

A girl holding a cat under the verandah at Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton and family. Mr Morris-Eyton was well known for his stud ...

Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

Three girls pictured outside Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton. Mr Morris-Eyton was well known for his stud of Shire Horse stallions. ...

Wood Eaton Manor, Church Eaton

This slightly water damaged glass negative image shows Wood Eaton Manor. At the time of this photograph it was the residence of Mr and Mrs C.E. Morris-Eyton. Mr Morris-Eyton was well known for his stud ...

Aqualate Hall on Fire

The original Aqualate Hall was built for Edwin Skrymsher in the early seventeenth century. Sir John Boughey bought the house in the late eighteenth century and commissioned John Nash to rebuild it in ...

Afternoon tea at The Firs, High Offley

A group of people taking tea in the garden of The Firs farm house. St. Mary's Church is on the opposite side of Shebdon Road. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.