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Abbey Hulton

Abbey Hulton takes its name from the former Hulton Abbey, which was located about half a mile from Milton, on the east side of the road from Stoke to Leek, next to Carmountside Primary School. In the ...

Abstract of the Title relating to freehold property situated at Church Leigh in the county of Stafford

Address to the Earl and Countess of Bradford

Address from the tenants of the Walsall estate to the Earl and Countess of Bradford on their golden wedding anniversary, 1894

Arthur Inett and daughter Gladys, St. Chad's Church, Pattingham

Arthur lived in Hall End Lane, Pattingham.

Group portrait at the wedding of Albert Rowley and Mabel Law, The Poplars, Pattingham

Pictured, from left to right, in the back row are Ginny Bowen, Guy Thwaite, ?, ?, ?, Mr Buckley, ?, Joe Law, ?. Pictured, from left to right, in the middle row are ? Law, ?, Emily Harper, Ernest Law, ...

Lichfield Museum and Free Library

Built in the Italianate style, this building originally housed Lichfield's Museum and Library and was opened in 1859. In 1958 the Museum was moved into the former probate court adjoining the north side ...

Market Cross, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a view primarily of the market cross. A market cross is structure used to mark a market square. In the background is Edwin Harrison's photography studio. This building was also believed ...

Marriage of John Foden and Julia Oakley, Penkridge

This formal group portrait shows wedding party at the Fox and George, Penkridge after the marriage of Julia Oakley to John Foden. The man seated towards the right hand side of the front row is Edwin "Teddy" ...

Maternity unit information, Burton upon Trent

A note issued to mothers-to-be before they were admitted to the Maternity Unit at Burton-upon-Trent Hospital. This note was received by Mrs Joan Torr shortly before the birth of her son Michael in May ...

Recept for pram, Burton upon Trent

A receipt for the purchase of a Silver Cross pram from Babyland (Burton) Ltd., 99 High Street, Burton-upon-Trent. The pram was bought by Mrs Joan Torr shortly after the birth of her son Michael in May ...

Spring loaded tape measure

Manufactured to commemorate the death of Prince Albert on December 14th 1861. The inscription on the reverse reads: 'In memory of His Royal Highness Albert, Prince Consort, Duke Of Saxony. Born August ...

The Hednesford Murder

A postcard with four views of places associated with the murder of Mrs Gaskin in Hednesford in 1919. The murder of Mrs Gaskin is not Hednesford's only murder but it is still probably the most infamous. Henry ...

The Sleeping Children, Lichfield Cathedral

This postcard view shows one of the most famous monuments in Lichfield Cathedral is known as the Sleeping Children. It is a memorial to the Robinson children, Ellie Jane and Marianne, who died in 1812, ...

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] ...

Thomas and Uriah Slack of Church Leigh

Death certificate of Thomas Bennett Slack and the last will and testament of Uriah Slack. Thomas and Uriah Slack lived in Church Leigh, they were both local brick makers. They produced a deep red ...

Town Hall interior, High Street, Uttoxeter

The wedding reception of Daniel and Nora Smith (nee Mellor), Easter Saturday, 1956. Around 100 guests attended the celebrations, before the couple set off for their honeymoon in the Isle of Man. They ...

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.

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