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Wedding group, Grindon

The wedding of Harold Wood and Miss Derbyshire. Kneeling on the front row, second from left, is David Wood of Dale Bottom, Alstonefield. The photograph was taken by R. Bull of Ashbourne.

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.

Wedding group, Rawnsley, Hednesford

The groom, Samuel Bennett, with his bride Vivian Rowley. Top left is George Bennett, bottom left Edith Bennett, next to the bride is Minnie Bennett. At top right is the father of the bride, George Rowley....

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 of Dorothy Brown and Val Clark, Stone

Photograph taken at the marriage of Val Clark and Dorothy Brown. The wedding took place at St. Michael's Church, and the reception was at the Swan Inn. This photograph may have been taken in the grounds ...

Wedding of Edith Swinson to James Sargeant, Bramshall

The Wedding of Edith Swinson to James Sargeant, at St. Laurence's Church, Bramshall. Standing on the second row, far right (and clean shaven) is Ben Shaw. He was later Uttoxeter Carnival King in the ...

Wedding of John Davies and Harriet Shelley, Colwich

Wedding photograph of John Davies and Harriet Annie Shelley. The wedding took place during the Second World War and the groom is wearing his naval uniform. John (Jack) Davies was a gunner on Defensively ...

Wedding of Reginald Brassington and Kathleen Williams, Stone

This hand coloured photograph was taken at the wedding of Reginald Brassington and Kathleen Williams, they are pictured outside the doorway of Christ Church, Stone. On the right there is a glimpse of ...

Wedding shoes

This pair of cream satin weave silk wedding shoes are lined with kid leather and linen and were produced in about 1910. The nap of the silk runs in two directions around the body of the shoe, allowing ...

Wedding Shoes, 1920s

These are shoes worn by Lucy Harvey on her wedding day in the 1920s. They are the typical low heeled style of the day, and because they are quite plain could probably have been worn again.

Wedding Veil, 1920s

This veil is an example of a veil from the 1920s. Cap style veils were widely popular during this period as the Queen Consort Elizabeth (Queens Elizabeth II's mother) wore one when she was married to ...

Wedding Veil, 1930s

This veil was worn by Daisy Dean (nee Turnack) at her wedding in 1938.

Wedding, Tettenhall Wood House, Tettenhall

The wedding of the Colonel of the Dutch Army Camp at Wrottesley pictured outsideTettenhall Wood House. Officer H.S. Hommers standing 12th from left. Tettenhall Wood House was demolished in 1969 and ...

Weeping Cross House, Baswich

Weeping Cross House was built in the mid 19th century by John Twigg. In 1919 the Twigg family sold it to Richard and Gertrude Ward. The house was demolished in the 1950s.

West Hill Girls High School Netball Team, Hednesford

Members of the netball team and their school mistress posing with a large shield.

West Hill School, Football Team, Hednesford

Football team members pictured with staff and wining trophies.

Wheeldon's, Market Street, Tamworth

Mrs Emma Wheeldon (owner/tenant) outside her shop that sold toys and general household items (paraffin, soaps, ironmongery). Mrs E. Wheeldon is seen with her three daughters, second left being Miss Olive ...

Wheelwrights, Wetwood, near Eccleshall

Johnson and Boulton, wheelwrights, carpenters and undertakers pictured with family members outside their workshop at Wetwood, near Eccleshall.