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W.H. Smith, Uttoxeter

W. H. Smith wearing a set of Anti-Gas protective clothing.

W.S. Leach, Wife & Dog at Knutton

Outdoor portrait of a man, a woman and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier taken at Knutton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Chimney stacks, railway signals and a church can be seen in the background. The ...

WAAF Wing Voluntary Band, at RAF Hednesford camp

The band are pictured here with their great dane mascot. No buildings remain on the site of the camp, but all of the original roadways are still present.

Walkers and grazing cattle - Willenhall?

Men walking in a what appears to be a disused industrial area. In the background are a chimney and a coal mining landscape. On the horizon are church spires.

Walking Match, Armitage

Pictured is the start of the Armitage Club and Institute Walking Match, an image taken from a glass negative. The Walking Match commenced at the junction of Old Road and New Road. In the background ...

Walking Match, Armitage

Pictured is the start of the Armitage Club and Institute Walking Match, an image taken from a glass negative. The Walking Match commenced at the junction of Old Road and New Road. In the background ...

Walter Devereux, Earl of Essex

Walter Devereux (1539-1576), Earl of Essex, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers and Lord Bourchier. The Devereux family lived at Chartley Hall, and it was there that Walter acted as custodian of Mary, Queen ...

Walter Glitheroe, Retirement Presentation, GEC Turbine Generators Ltd., Stafford

This view was taken during the retirement presentation for Walter Glitheroe, Senior Production Engineer in the Production Engineering Department, Generator Division, at the Lichfield Road Site in Stafford. Among ...

Walter Hackett , Cheslyn Hay

Walter Hackett with horse and trap outside the old butcher's shop, High Street, Cheslyn Hay where he worked for butcher John Hall. The shop later became the Wool Shop. This building has been demolished ...

Wardles hairdresser, Bridge Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

James W. Wardle seen here outside his Hairdresser's.

Watkiss' butchers shop

Reginald George Watkiss, shipping contractor and family butcher. He was the son of Miles (a coal miner) and Mary Watkiss, born in Armitage, baptised 31 July 1881, Brereton. The location of this shop ...

Watling Street, Cannock

Looking towards Four Crosses on Watling Street near Cannock, now the A5. This view is now virtually unrecognisable as it is now Longford Island. An entrance to the grounds of Longford House is visible ...

Wedding at Abbots Bromley

The bride (the future Mrs Fuller) walking with her father to the church. Her future husband is the vicar of Hoar Cross.

Wedding at Beacon Farm, Stafford

This photograph was taken at the wedding of Frederic Bamford and Catherine Shelley. The Shelley family lived at Beacon Farm for nearly a hundred years, from 1842 until 1944. On the back row are, from ...

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 ...

Wedding couple, Eccleshall

Charles Arnold and Olive G. Hill pictured at their wedding at Eccleshall Parish Church on April 16th 1938. They later lived at 27 Chesham Road, Stafford.

Wedding couple, Eccleshall

John S. Savory and Phyllis M. McHugh pictured at their wedding at Eccleshall Parish Church on June 25th 1938. They later lived at 37 Kingsley Road, Stafford

Wedding couple, Eccleshall

Arthur G. Platt and Winifred M. Atkin pictured at their wedding at Eccleshall Parish Church on April 18th 1939. They later lived at Hallbutts Farm, Yarnfield.