Henry Geo Steatham
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The man who started it all...
Henry George Steatham
'The man that moved away',
the enigmatic figure of Steatham genealogy....
He became a Steatham by a stroke of fate....
FAQ - Acknowledgements
I am extremely grateful for all the help I have received concerning the research into Steathams over the years.
In the beginning it was close family members, and then as email came into being, I had emails from a great number of Steathams.
A number have corresponded by letter, sent photos and certificates. I have to be careful to respect people privacy, so here goes with my thanks.
Specific Steathams have helped with the details of the Darlaston, Derby, Willenhall, Coventry, and Greenwich Steathams, and not forgetting Australia.
Walsall Local History Center, Essex Street, Walsall. All the staff were and still are extremely helpful; it is a continuing major resource for my research.
Staffordshire & Litchfield Records Offices have both also been very helpful.
Birmingham Archives and Heritage Service at Birmingham Library helped greatly in the research into Steatham wills.
The staff at both James Bridge, and Charlton cemeteries have been invaluable in locating graves.
I would like to mention the assistance I had from the former Rector of St Lawrence, Darlaston, the Reverend David Wills, and the Churchwardens, in particular Mr. E. Bellingham.
Also I would like thank the clergy, churchwardens, and parishioners, of Welby, Wilsford, Burton le Coggles, and Gonerby for the warm welcome and assistance they gave me on a Steatham visit to Grantham.
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