Conservative Victory in Stafford By-Election, 1837

Staffordshire History

Christ's Church, West Bromwich, 1821

Wolverhampton Town Council, 1848

Wolverhampton, 1858

The Staffordshire Beer-ometer, 1845

Sandon Hall Burns Down, 1848.

Coal Mining on Cannock Chase/Time Line

How Much is that ? The real value of old money.

Old measurements and other peculiar stuff

Encyclopaedia of British History

British Ancestry: the DNA evidence

The Peel Web

Family Search

Library Search

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ARCHIVE: Old and Neglected Pages


Reading Room

Penkridge in the Victoria County History.

The Four Crosses

Penkridge and Mrs Gaskell

Acton Trussell, 1860


Penkridge's MPs

Wyre Hall Cottage / Edwin Oakley, Penkridge Postman

Ivy House

History beneath our feet

Penkridge Dialect, 1812

Penkridge Landlords

Tenants and Workers on the Teddesley Estate

Names from Penkridge Trade Directories

Penkridge Deans and Vicars

Lord Hatherton and the Railway

The Railway Viaduct

Bednall Church, 1846

Hope Farm, Dunston Heath

The Streets of Penkridge

Anglo-Saxon Penkridge

The U.S. Army in Penkridge

Mill End:An interesting photo and web site

Penkridge Today


Hyacinth Littleton

Lord Hatherton and the Royal Yacht, 1855

Edward Littleton and Lord Byron

Mr. Littleton visits Bedlam, 1818

Staffordshire Squires, 1844

Lord Hatherton Visits Buckingham Palace, 1836

The AGM of Staffs and Worcester Canal Co. 1841

Lord and Lady Lichfield, 1841

A Walk on Cannock Chase, 1842

Shooting Wild Duck at Teddesley, 1847

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