ffordshire County Council.
Doing so, we were in due time in receipt of the following:—
Meaford—Staffordshire. 27th October, 1921.
I have your letter of the 10th instant desiosed three pictures may also be of interest to you.
Yours faithfully, Eustace Joy, M. A.
Meaford is a very small village and hamlet near the river Trent, about 1 1/4 miles north-noMeaford is a very small village and hamlet near the river Trent, about 1 1/4 miles north-north-west from Stone station, on the Colwich and Stoke section of the North Staffordshire railway, in the Kibblestone quarter of Stone parish, Stone division of the county, South Pirehill hundred, Stoope to in the near future.
By the above it will be seen that the English Medford, now called Meaford (pronounced Mefford), is not a municipality, but is an outlying village or hamlet adjoining thehus reaching our hands across the sea, we may get in closer touch with old Medford, we mean the older Medford, i.e., present Meaford, where three centuries ago Governor Cradock had his country ho