List of illustrations

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'List of illustrations', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 9: Burton-upon-Trent (2003), pp. IX-XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=12323 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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GRATEFUL acknowledgement for permission to use material is made to the marquess of Anglesey (figs. 7, 14, 19, 56), and also the National Trust, Plas Newydd (fig. 7); R. A. Meeson (fig. 49); the Bass Museum, Burton (figs. 10, 11, 35); Derby Local Studies Library (fig. 71); the Lamport Hall Trust and Northamptonshire Record Office (fig. 17); Staffordshire County Council (figs. 36, 57); Trinity College, Oxford (fig. 52); and the Trustees of the William Salt Library, Stafford (figs. 8, 9, 18, 20, 28, 31, 40). All the remaining photographs are in possession of the National Monuments Record division of English Heritage and are Crown Copyright.

Maps specially for this volume were drawn by J. A. Lawrence of the University of Keele from drafts prepared by the Staffordshire VCH staff.

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1Staffordshire Victoria County History: key to published volumes xii
2Burton and the Needwood forest area in 1775. From W. Yates, A Map of the County of Stafford(1775).xviii
3Burton from the north in 1779. Engraving from a drawing by [-] Gaifer, in S. Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, i (1798), plate I, facing p. 1.1
4Burton from the east in the late 1860s. Lithograph by Darley & Co., 1870, taken from C. Owen, Burton-upon-Trent. The Illustrated History (1994), 92.3
5Burton-upon-Trent showing constituent townships of Burton ancient parish, with Stapenhill township.4
6Burton, Burton Extra, and part of Horninglow, 20006
7Sir William Paget (d. 1563). Painting at Plas Newydd, Anglesey.9
8Burton from the east in 1732. Engraving by S. and N. Buck, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 167, at the William Salt Library.14
9Burton from the east c. 1840. Lithograph from a drawing by K. Thomas, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 169, at the William Salt Library.16
10Michael Thomas Bass (d. 1884). Photograph at Bass Museum.17
11Michael Arthur Bass, Lord Burton (d. 1909). Photograph by J. S. Simnett, at Bass Museum.18
12St. Paul's Square from the south-east: showing church of 1874, town hall (with 1894 eastwards extension) and statue of Lord Burton. Photograph of the 1970s in possession of N.M.R.20
13Burton borough: showing 19th-century extensions of borough23
14West end of Burton bridge in 1760, showing the medieval chapel. Drawing by William Wyatt at foot of 'A Map of the Borough of Burton upon Trent and some part of Bond End or Burton Extra taken in the year 1760' (Staffordshire Record Office, D. (W.) 1734/2/3/133.26
15Ferry bridge from the west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage AA008870.27
16Burton town, 200032
17Burton c. 1679. Drawing by Gregory King the elder, in Northamptonshire Record Office, I.L. 3189.34
18Medieval house on west side of High Street, Burton, in 1839. Drawing by J. Buckler, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 197b, at the William Salt Library.35
19Burton, 1760. From William Wyatt, 'A Map of the Borough of Burton upon Trent and some part of Bond End or Burton Extra taken in the year 1760' (Staffordshire Record Office, D. (W.) 1734/2/3/133).36
20Market hall of 1772 from the north-west in 1839. Drawing by J. Buckler, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 197, at the William Salt Library.38
21Burton, 1847. From W. Wesley, A History and Description of the Town and Borough of Burton-upon-Trent (Burton-upon-Trent [1848]), facing p. 64.39
22County Court, Station Street, Burton, from the south. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB00146240
23Devonshire Arms, Station Street, Burton, from the north-east, showing the Gothick windows on the east front. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001476.40
24Burton, 1870. Central portion from Charles Harrison, Plan of the Town of Burton upon Trent in the County of Stafford (1870; copy in Staffordshire Record Office, D. 3453/7/35).41
25St. Paul's Square from the east in the late 1880s, before the extension of the town hall (1894) and the demolition of houses (1906). Etching in A. Barnard, Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland, i (1889), 47.43
26Terraced houses of the later 1860s in Napier Street, Burton, from the south-west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage AA008863.44
27Plan of Burton abbey church and surviving monastic buildings. Taken from O.S. Map 1/500, Staffs. XL. 16. 10 (1884 edn.) and early 18th-century ground plans of west end of abbey church in Bodleian Library, MS. Willis 45, f. 145, and MS. Willis 47, f. 99r.49
28The Priory from the south in 1839. Drawing by J. Buckler, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 190, at the William Salt Library.51
29Remains of gatehouse to monastic precinct (with Scalpcliff hill in Stapenhill in the background) from the west in the 1790s. Engraving from a drawing by S. Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, i (1798), plate III, facing p. 9.52
30Former monastic infirmary (the Abbey inn) and St. Modwen's church from the south-east in the 1790s. Engraving from a drawing by S. Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, i (1798), plate III, facing p. 9.52
31Bond End Farm in 1839. Drawing by J. Buckler, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 198, at the William Salt Library.56
32Market hall of 1883. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).63
33Burton breweries. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).70
34Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co.'s Black Eagle brewery, Derby Street. From The Architect, 12 February 1876.71
35'Norkies' (migrant malting workers) at a Bass malthouse in the early 20th century. Photograph at Bass Museum.72
36Former cotton mill of 1780 at Winshill from the north-east. Photograph, 1983, Staffordshire County Council.75
37Ground and first-floor plans of Burton town hall. From The Architect, 8 February 1895.95
38Entrance gate to municipal cemetery, Stapenhill, from the south-west, with Anglican chapel in background. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).100
39Duke Street infirmary from the east. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).105
40St. Modwen's church from the south-east in 1839. Drawing by J. Buckler, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 175, at the William Salt Library.117
41Holy Trinity church, Horninglow Street, from the north-east. Lithograph in The Building News, 8 July 1881.121
42Christ Church, with school behind, from the north-east in 1844. Engraving by Joseph Mitchell, in Staffordshire Views, ii. 193, at the William Salt Library.124
43Interior view of former St. Margaret's church in Shobnall Street, Burton, looking east. Photograph, 1964, N.M.R. BB64/1800.128
44All Saint's church, Branston Road, Burton, from the south-west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB015753.129
45St. Mary and St. Modwen's Roman Catholic church in Guild Street, Burton, from the south- west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001468.131
46Salem Baptist chapel, Station Street, Burton, from the north. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).133
47New Street Baptist chapel, Burton, from the south-west. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent (1888).133
48Former United Methodist Free church (now Trinity Free Church), George Street, Burton, from the south-west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001458.137
49Princess Street mosque from the south-east. Photograph, 2002, by R. A. Meeson.140
50Christ Church National school: new block of 1858 from the east. Engraving from Thomas Spooner, Plan of the Town of Burton upon Trent in the County of Stafford, 1865 (copy in Staffordshire Record Office, D. 3452/7/10).143
51Former Liberal Club at the corner of George Street and Guild Street from the south-east. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001467.154
52Elizabeth, Lady Paulet. Painting probably of the mid 1550s (when the sitter was Lady
Elizabeth Pope) at Trinity College, Oxford.
157
53Wellington Street almshouses from the south-east. From J. N. Tresise, Views of Burton on Trent
(1888).
159
54Branston, 1999.164
55Wayside Cottages, Burton Road, Branston, from the east. From The Builder, 8 July 1921.165
56Sinai Park House, Branston, in the late 1750s. Detail from William Wyatt, 'A Map of Seaney
Park' (Staffordshire Record Office, D. (W.) 1734/2/3/136).
168
57Sinai Park House, Branston, from the east. Photograph, 1981, Staffordshire County Council.170
58St. Saviour's church, Branston, from the north-west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage
BB015763.
174
59Horninglow, 1999.176
60Horninglow village in 1879. From J. A. Mason, Borough of Burton on Trent in the Counties of Stafford & Derby (1879).179
61The Poplars, Rolleston Road, Horninglow, from the south-east. Photograph, 2000, English
Heritage AA008848.
180
62John Marston and Sons Ltd. brewery, Horninglow, from the east, in the late 1880s.
Engraving in A. Barnard, Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland, ii. 420.
184
63St. Chad's church, Hunter Street, Burton, from the south-west. Photograph, 2000, English
Heritage AA008853.
186
64Stretton, 1999.190
65St. Mary's church, Stretton, from the south. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001457.195
66Winshill, 1999.197
67Winshill in 1879. From J. A. Mason, Borough of Burton on Trent in the Counties of Stafford &Derby
(1879).
199
68Former Winshill Institute (now Roman Catholic church) in Mount Street, Winshill, from the
west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001482.
201
69Stapenhill, 1999.208
70Stapenhill in 1879. From J. A. Mason, Borough of Burton on Trent in the Counties of Stafford& Derby
(1879).
210
71St. Peter's church, Stapenhill, in the early 19th century from the south. Drawing in R. R.
Rawlins, 'Survey of Parish Churches and Chapels in County of Derby', iii, Deanery of Repton
section facing p. 119, at Derby Local Studies Library.
217
72Former United Methodist Free chapel (now Roman Catholic church) in Main Street,
Stapenhill, from the west. Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001459.
219
73Latter Day Saints' church in Spring Terrace Road, Stapenhill, from the north-east.
Photograph, 2000, English Heritage BB001484.
220

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