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Aubrey Philpott, Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook

Aubrey Philpott pictured with bicycle at the rear of Oakfield House, Lane Green Road, Bilbrook.

Barlow family at Highcroft, Rough Close

Charles Barlow, pottery manufacturer (in bowler hat), with his family in the garden at Highcroft. This is one of a set of photographs of the Barlow family of Highcroft, Windmill Hill, Rough Close. ...

Barlow family at Highcroft, Rough Close

Charles Barlow (in bowler hat) with his two eldest children and baby Dorothy held by the housemaid. This is one of a set of photographs of the Barlow family of Highcroft, Windmill Hill, Rough Close. ...

Bishop Lloyd’s Survey, 1693-1698, Eccleshall Area

The survey is written in the same shorthand (tachygraphy) as used by the famous diarist Samuel Peyps. “Robert Dodd of Croxton, mad swearing fellow, alehouse, said to keep a bawdy house” “William ...

Branston Water Park, Burton-upon-Trent

Families enjoy Branston Water Park which was originally an open-cast gravel pit. This image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by Burton upon Trent ...

Brindley Village, Hednesford, Cannock Chase

Brindley Village was the mining village of West Cannock No. 5 Colliery and the miners and their families lived in the converted Hospital Wards and outbuildings that was once Rugeley (Brindley) Military ...

Burgess family, May Bank, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Private Stan Burgess showing off his new uniform, with his young brothers, Graham, Frank and Alan. This view was taken from Highfield Avenue, May Bank, and shows the awful air pollution that existed around ...

Burton in Bloom winner, Burton-upon-Trent

'Burton in Bloom' private garden winner. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by Burton upon Trent Civic Society as a record of the town in the ...

Carved Shops, of Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre, 1940-1950s

Doctor Chris Giles, (who lived locally), handmade these wooden shops for his children while he was recuperating from a lengthy illness. They were modelled on local buildings in the town centre during ...

Catherine Street, May Bank, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A family sitting outside Smelters Row at the bottom of Catherine Street, May Bank.

Cemetery Road, Willenhall

Cemetery Road, Willenhall viewed from the Moat Street area. The building in the background of this photograph of the lady and boy was recently used as the Alcatraz Rock Club in Cemetery Road. The Cartwright ...

Coal strike at Florence Colliery in Longton

Coal mining strikes occured in North Staffordshire on a number of occasions during the twentieth century. This images shows people scavanging for coal on waste tips during the 1912 coal strike. Coal was ...

Cottage and Family. Photographed by William Blake.

Group portrait of a family outside a cottage. Unknown location and subjects.

Donkey Riding

Photograph taken in an unknown location in Staffordshire. It shows a man and dog, and three girls; two of whom are sitting on the backs of donkeys. This glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & ...

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 ...

Extract from the Census Return for Grindon 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 ...

Extract from the Census Return for Hanbury 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 ...