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Mr Herbert Kynaston of Jervis Butchers, Stafford

Mr Herbert Kynaston aged 67 years old, is pictured at work at the Crabbery Street butchers shop where he had worked for fifty years. Mr Kynaston was born at Wem, Shropshire, and was apprenticed to ...

Park Crescent, Stafford

This postcard view shows Park Crescent from Rowley Bank (A449, Wolverhampton Road, Stafford), and on the right is the junction with Rowley Grove.

Reform Club Horticultural Show, Stafford

Little Ann Dorrington is pictured presenting a bouquet to the Mayoress of Stafford, Mrs C Jones at the Reform Club horticultural show. In the group left to right are: Mr D Perkins, President, Mr A Johnson, ...

Staffordshire Association of Food Products Guilds, Rodbaston

Pictured at the annual conference of the Staffordshire Association of Food Production Guilds at Rodbaston Farm Institute, are left to right: Mr L J Wyles, Vice-Chairman, Mrs Jessie Evans, Hon. Secretary, ...

Churchwarden Presentation, St. Paul’s Church, Stafford

The Vicar of St. Paul’s Church, Stafford, the Rev. L H Morgan, is pictured presenting a nest of coffee tables to Mr J W Howse, a gift from the congregation to mark the completion of a quarter of a century’s ...

Shoe industry officials at Lotus Ltd., Stafford

Officials of the Staffordshire Branch of the British Boot and Shoe Institution, pictured at Lotus Ltd.'s factory on Sandon Road, Stafford. From left to right: Mr W C Mitchell (Vice Chairman), Mr H ...

Porch at St Mary's Church, Wheaton Aston

The south-west porch of Grade II listed St Mary's Church, Wheaton Aston. The church was designed by Bidlake and Lovatt and dates from 1857, although the chancel by Charles Lynam is later (1893).

Bishops Drive, Brewood

Bungalows on Bishops Drive, off Deansfield Road in Brewood.

Gypsy family

A photograph of 'Gypsy' Smith (far right) and his family. These photographs were believed to have been taken in Staffordshire, but can anyone add any more information? Richard Johnson, who is researching ...

Horse-drawn Police Van, Stafford,

Prison warders from Stafford Gaol outside the Shire Hall, Market Street, awaiting prisoners convicted at the assizes. Note the Royal Cipher of Edward VII on the side of the police van.

Portrait outside house, Woodseaves area

A couple and their dog pictured outside a house. The location and people are unidentified, but it is believed to have been taken in the Woodseaves area. Please let us know if you recognise the house. Photographer: ...

Evode News Circulars, Stafford

The Evode News Circular was an internal magazine published between July 1968 and August 1980. Of the 102 issues 6 were lost. They were mainly issued as 2 or 3 foolscap pages and were not always of the ...

Extensions to Brocton Church

Mrs W Mayger is pictured adjusting the hymn board in the newly built south aisle extension to Brocton Church. The Bishop of Stafford, the Rt. Reverend L D Hammond dedicated the £1,000 extensions to ...

View towards M6 and Acton Trussell

Looking across fields and the Penk valley from Dunston Farm, south of Stafford. In the distance can be seen traffic on the M6 and the village of Acton Trussell.

View of M6 and Acton Trussell

Looking across fields and the Penk valley from the A449 at Dunston. In the distance can be seen traffic on the M6 and the village of Acton Trussell.

Victoria Park, Tunstall

The main entrance gates to the park are on Victoria Park Road and were made by William Durose, an art metal worker from Tunstall. He produced a pair of elaborate wrought-iron carriage gates with square ...

Adams Clock Tower, Victoria Park, Tunstall

Erected in 1907, the clock tower commemorates William Adams, a prominent pottery manufacturer in Tunstall. The Adams family operated the Greengates and Greenfield potteries amongst others. Panels around ...

Annual Baby Show, Stafford and Stone Labour Party, Stafford

Pictured are the winners of the 12 to 24 months class at the Stafford and Stone Constituency Labour Party’s Annual Baby Show, held at the Borough Hall, Stafford, as they pose with Alderman G W Newman, ...