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British Legion parading, Church Road, Codsall

Codsall British Legion parading down Church Road, with a new flag after a dedication in Codsall Parish Church. Possibly Armistice Day. Next to standard bearer is Bill Neal (Bilbrook Church Warden), ...

British Legion parading, Church Road, Codsall

Codsall British Legion parading with their new flag after a dedication in Codsall Parish Church. Possibly Armistice Day? Next to standard bearer is Bill Neal (Bilbrook Church Warden), Vicar - Reverend ...

British Legion presentation, Ex-Servicemens Club, Anglesey Street, Hednesford

Mr A.P. Latham is presented with a gift on his retirement as President of the British Legion. From right to left are: Clarry Kelsey, ?, ?, ?, Russ Cowdell (presenting the gift), Major Fowkes, Archie ...

Burslem, Cobridge, Longport and Tunstall Association for the Prosecution of Felons - from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

Business leaders in Burslem, Cobridge, Longport and Tunstall here unite in their efforts to prosecute wrong doers - they are to form an Association for the Prosecution of Felons. Witness Protection The ...

Car for a Bob, Stafford

Stafford Round Tablers John Harvest (left) and Geoffrey Bramall are pictured checking over a new Ford Popular which has a sign on the front saying “This is it – Car for a Bob”. A Bob was a slang name ...

Freemason's Hall, Waterloo Road, Burslem

Ther Freemason's Hall building stands on the west side of Waterloo Road, just south of Cleveland Street. The building next door to the right was the Palladium Cinema, originally the Burslem Cinema Theatre, ...

Loyal Westwood Lodge Order of Oddfellows, Nicholson Institute, Leek

Unity Centenary of the Leek Lodge attended by the G.U., post grands and present officers. The photograph was taken at the rear of the Nicholson Institute. On the back row, left to right are: Ambrose Ward, ...

Royal Order of Buffaloes, Burslem

Members of the Royal Order of Buffaloes, Burslem.

Society for Destroying Peace, Liberty and Property particularly against Republicans and Levellers - A defaced notice from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

Pamphlets and posters were a common sight in the 18th century - but just as they were easy to find, they were also simple to alter. This notice originally advertised a "Society for Protecting Peace, ...

Stafford and District Church Federation, Walton on the Hill

Officials and members are pictured at the first annual meeting of the Stafford and District Federation of the Church of England Men’s Society (C.E.M.S.) at Walton Village Hall on Saturday 10 May. Seated ...

Tutbury & Hatton British Legion

Tutbury & Hatton British Legion pictured at Tutbury Castle, with the North Tower behind, built in about 1450. Back row: T. Redfern, F. Tipper, C. Marshall, L. Leadbetter, C. Bennett, F. Farmer, T.L. ...

William Bristol, Lord Kitcherner's Lodge, Wilnecote

Mr William Bristol at the Lord Kitchener Lodge No 2011, who met in the Queen's Head Wilnecote. In the 1920's Mr Bristol was the publican of the Two Gates Inn and Union Boss of George Skey's works Wilnecote. His ...

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