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Demolition of Magistrates' Court, Stafford

Looking east along South Walls in Stafford towards the former Magistrates' Court building. On the left is a glimpse of Staffordshire Place and in the background there is the BT Telephone Exchange. Construction ...

Young woman at The Red Lion, Sutton, near Forton

A young woman with a dog standing outside the front door of the Red Lion Inn at Sutton, near Forton. The licensee at the time was Richard E Parker. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

The Red Lion, Sutton, near Forton

A pony and cart pictured outside the Red Lion Inn at Sutton, near Forton. The licensee at the time was Richard E Parker. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Stafford Fire Brigade

Stafford Fire Brigade pictured with the Mitchell Challenge Shield at Warwick Castle. They came first of eighteen entrants at the National Fire Brigades' Union Autumn Meeting at Warwick, winning the Midlands ...

Thomas Edwin Haywood, Stafford Fire Brigade

Thomas Edwin Haywood (1886-1958) was a member of the Stafford Fire Brigade, as was his elder brother Ernest, who drove the fire engine, and his father Alfred, who was Chief Fire Officer. He is pictured ...

Kate Oakley, Penkridge

Kate was the eldest daughter of Edwin Oakley, the Penkridge Postman and a well known local character, and Eliza née Fisher. She was born in 1880 and in 1903, she married Alfred Ernest Haywood, who ...

Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, Stafford Fire Brigade

Alfred Ernest Haywood (1876-1958) was born in Newcastle under Lyme, one of 14 children brought up by Alfred and Annie Haywood. The family settled in Thornton's Buildings in Cherry Street, Stafford. Alfred ...

Ernest Hector Haywood and his dog, Stafford

Fireman Ernest Hector Haywood (1903-1990) and his family dog, 'Old Don', who is seated on a motorcycle. The photograph was probably taken in the back yard of his home at 1 Orchard Street, Stafford. Note ...

Leading Seaman, Roy Tittensor, Stafford Station

Pictured arriving at Stafford Railway Station is Leading Seaman Roy Tittensor, home from service in Korean waters and being welcomed by his brother-in-law, mother, sister, Mrs Marion Goodwin and his father. ...

Knightley House, Knightley

Knightley House, on Grange Road, Knightley, near Gnosall. At the time of this photograph the farm was owned by James Blakeman Ball. The man seated on the horse may be one of his six sons. Photographer: ...

Knightley House, Knightley

James Blakeman Ball and family in front of Knightley House on Grange Road, Knightley.

Norton cricket ground and Colliery, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken looking north east from bottom of Harold Street, Smallthorne before the housing estates were developed. They now occupy the open space in the foreground. The spoil tip belonged ...

Cottage at Coton, Gnosall

Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Rabbit shooting party, Yeld Bank, Knightley

Four men, a woman and boy, some holding rabbits, two holding shotguns, with two dogs. Yeld Bank Farm, on Grange Road, Knightley can be seen in the background, and there is snow on the ground. Photographer: ...

Assize Judges, St. Mary’s Church, Stafford

Assize Judges, Mr Justice Pearson and Mr Justice Hallett are seen with a Police guard of honour as they enter St. Mary’s Collegiate Church for the service which traditionally preceded the opening of the ...

Brookhouse Farm, Wood Eaton, near Church Eaton

Brookhouse Farm stands on Broad Lane, near Church Eaton. Part of the Wood Eaton Manor estate, the porch and front of the house were rebuilt by landowner John Morris in 1849. Photographer: Harry Osbourne ...

Brookhouse Farm, Wood Eaton, near Church Eaton

Brookhouse Farm stands on Broad Lane, near Church Eaton. Part of the Wood Eaton Manor estate, the porch and front of the house were rebuilt by landowner John Morris in 1849.

Knightley House, Knightley

Knightley House stands on Grange Road, Knightley, between Gnosall and Woodseaves. The house was owmned by James Blakeman Ball in the early 20th century.