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Oldacre Lane, Brocton

A postcard view of Gamekeeper's Cottages and their inhabitants on Oldacre Lane, Brocton. This postcard was published by W.H. Smith & Sons, Stafford.

Phoebe Clarke and family, Hednesford

Phoebe Clarke, nee Woollams, married James William Clarke at Pershore in 1886. After the birth of their first child they moved to Hednesford in about 1888 where James worked (and died) in the booming ...

Policeman and family, Newborough

Police Constable Joseph Eastbury with his family and pet dog outside the village Police House in Newborough. Born around 1879, Joseph Eastbury married Beatrice Davies at Leigh, Staffrdshire in 1905. ...

Richardson family, Croxton

Mrs Harriett Richardson (born 1831) and her daughter Laura (born 1866) who was a dressmaker. They lived in this cottage on Ginger Lane, Croxton near Russiatree Farm.

Rothsay Road, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Rothsay Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This is one of many street scenes in the Blake Collection. Most of them were taken in the Longton, Normacot and Dresden areas ...

Studio portrait Mother and Baby, Stafford

This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & Fowke. Charles Fowke was based at the Victoria Road studio from about 1904, at first in partnership with Paul Weiss (Wise). The partnership was dissolved ...

Tea at the Black Horse Inn, Stone

Members of the Bloor family having tea in the garden of the Black Horse Inn, High Street, Stone. From left to right: Sylvia Bassett, Lavinia Bloor and Mary Ann Bloor, the landlady.

The story of Clara Greensell, of Codsall

The story of Clara Greensell taken from court, parish and workhouse records. The document above shows Clara was apprenticed to Thomas Wellings, innkeeper of the Crown in Codsall. In July 1835 a court ...

The Will of William Wyts of Codsall, 15th century

This is a very rare document because most wills prior to the later 16th century do not survive. In this will William asks for his body to be buried in the Churchyard of St. Nicholas, Coddeshale [Codsall] ...

Trent and Mersey Canal, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

This is the Trent and Mersey Canal in Longport, Stoke-on-Trent. The importance of the canals to the ceramic industry is well illustrated by the photograph: piles of ceramic wares and bottle kilns ...