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Census Return 1871(105)
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Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), soldier and politician. He is most famous for his role as a military leader during the Napoleonic Wars, and particularly for commanding the army ...

Arthur Wrottesley, 3rd Lord Wrottesley

Arthur Wrottesley, 3rd Lord Wrottesley (1824-1910) of Wrotesley Hall was a Peer and politician. He was Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire from 1871 to 1887. He married Hon. Augusta Elizabeth Denison, ...

Borough Hall, Stafford

The Borough Hall was designed in 1876 by local architect Henry Ward who also designed Stafford Grammar School. The postcard was published by Boots the Chemist, one of its "Pelham" series of postcards, ...

Brocton Gate, Brocton

Brocton Gate marked the boundary between the villages of Brocton and Milford. Postcard published by William Shaw, Burslem.

Charles Pelham Villiers

Lithographic print. A caricature of Charles Pelham Villiers (1802-1898) published in Vanity Fair, 31 August 1872. He was elected as Liberal Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton in 1835 and held the ...

Charles, 1st Baron Talbot

Charles Chetwynd Talbot, 1st Baron Talbot of Hensol (1684-1737), Lord High Chancellor 1733-1737. He was the eldest son of William Talbot, Bishop of Durham, a descendant of the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury. ...

Charles, 1st Baron Talbot

Charles Chetwynd Talbot, 1st Baron Talbot of Hensol (1684-1737), Lord High Chancellor 1733-1737. He was the eldest son of William Talbot, Bishop of Durham, a descendant of the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury. ...

Coat of Arms of Stoke on Trent

Corporation of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Order Book

This book is the oldest book in the museum archives and details the official minutes of Newcastle-under-Lyme Corporation. The language used in this book is Latin. Latin was considered at the time ...

Council Chamber, Town Hall, Burton-upon-Trent

The Council Chamber at the Town Hall, on the occasion of the Mayor-making. The Town Hall stands in King Edward Place and the first phase of building took place in 1878. The Municipal Offices, Council ...

County Buildings, Stafford

The buildings were designed by an emerging young architect, Henry Hare and opened in October 1895. Henry won £150 in a competition in 1892 to design the new council hall in which County Councillors could ...

Dudley Ryder, 2nd Earl of Harrowby

Dudley Ryder, 2nd Earl of Harrowby (1798-1882) of Sandon Hall. Viscount Sandon between 1809 and 1847, he succeeded his father as Earl in 1847. he was Member of Parliament for Tiverton 1819-1831 and ...

Ebenezer William Taylor, Mayor of Stafford

Dr Ebenezer Taylor, F.R.C.O., who lived at 28 Eastgate, Stafford and was Mayor of Stafford in 1907-08,1908-09 and 1911-12. Ebenezer Taylor was the son of Solomon and Sarah Taylor who ran the Forebridge ...

Elections - Document from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

312 electors from Stoke-on-Trent here declare that they wish to ask "certain political questions" of their would-be Members of Parliament - and all of them are listed. A meeting is to take place on ...

English Electric Co. Stafford and the Ministry of Supply

English Electric staff and Ministry of Supply personnel are pictured during a visit to the Stafford Works. On the left: Mr J W C Milligan, Manager, Stafford Works, on the extreme right is thought to be ...

English Electric Co., Stafford and the Ministry of Supply

English Electric staff and a Ministry of Supply employee are pictured during a visit to the Stafford Works. In the 1940s representatives from the Ministry of Supply were regular visitors to the factory. ...

Extact from the Census Return for Rolleston 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...

Extrac from the Census Return for Clifton Campville 1871

Census returns are among the most useful sources of historical information about places and households. The first national census was taken in 1801 and they were repeated every 10 years. This extract ...