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Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Major-General Lyson at military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment on Etchinghill, near Rugeley acted as his headquarters, with his tents pitched ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Miss Robinson's National Temperance League refreshment tent pictured with a Gypsy caravan during military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment on Etchinghill, near Rugeley acted as his headquarters, with his tents pitched to face the racecourse. ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment on Etchinghill, near Rugeley acted as his headquarters, with his tents pitched to face the racecourse. ...

Burnhill Green Football Team, near Pattingham.

Back row L.to R: Fred Glassey, Eric Gregory, Arthur Truss, Alec Hextall, Doug Salter, Len Hall Front row L.to R:Fred Savigar; Jack Glassey; Tom Cotterill; Wilf Plain; Ted Shaw.

Burnhill Green/Patshull Home Guard, near Pattingham

Back row, left to right: Bill Salter; Fred Glassey; Fred Potter; Tom Hall; Mr. Williams. Front row: Albert Salter; Bill Taylor; Jack Newton; Frank Jackson; Frank Salter; Fred Davis.

Capt. H.C. Warner, Home Guard, Pattingham

Captain Warner was 2nd in charge of 'D' Company, pattingham. This Company was based at The Pigot Arms, Pattingham.

Children at the back of the Smithy in Pattingham

The picture probably includes Alfred, Thomas & William Price with their friends, in about 1902.

Darlaston Inn, Meaford, near Stone

The Darlaston Inn, near Meaford. The inn closed in March 2018. Today it stands on a traffic island at the busy junction of the A34 Stoke to Stone road and the A51 to Nantwich. A group of soldiers on ...

Duke and Duchess of York arriving at Patshull Hall

The Staffordshire Yeomanry can be seen lined up along the drive. The photographer was Bennett Clarke.

Grange Farm, Hollies Lane, Pattingham

Mr Passey's pig, Burnhill Green, near Pattingham.

Left to right: Fred Thomas; Stan Wood; Harry Salter. Mr. Passey's pig is on its way to its demise in the backyard of No.3 Council House, Burnhill Green. Fred Thomas worked at Percy Pooler's butcher's ...

Nurse Watkins at Baker's Cottage, Wolverhampton Road, Pattingham.

Gwen Law and Florrie Bramall having a chat with Nurse Watkins, the village midwife.

Pattingham Home Guard at the rifle range in Patshull Park

Browning Machine Gun practice on the Rifle Range in Patshull Park in 1942. Tom Ray (in the foreground), with Alec Martin lying down at the next gun position.

PC John Richard Buncle, Pattingham.

PC Buncle lived in the Police House at West End, Pattingham, which was sited on the corner between Rudge Road and Chesterton Road. He served as the village police constable from 1927 to 1937.

Queen's Own Mercian Yeomanry at Shugborough

The presentation by Queen Elizabeth II of a new guidon to the Queen's Own Mercian Yeomanry at Shugborough Hall, 6 June 1980. Watercolour painting by Ken Howard, dated 6 June 1980.

Soldiers returning from the Boer War, Armitage

Soldiers walking with their horses towards the photographer along New Road, Armitage. They are possibly Staffordshire Yeomanry returning from the Boer War, via Armitage Station. This image is taken ...

Soldiers setting off to the Boer War, via Armitage

Soldiers on horseback riding towards the photographer along New Road, Armitage. They are possibly Staffordshire Yeomanry setting off to the Boer War, via Armitage Railway Station. This image is taken ...

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