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Steatham Research - Maps


The following is a street map of Darlaston.



Early 20c Street Map

Robert Steatham's early house at Darlaston, was at 6 Great Croft Street [marked in blue below].

We also have the Wesleyan Methodist, Pinfold Street [marked in blue], and the Wesleyan Methodist, Pinfold Street
Chapel {Burial Ground} [marked in green], where Joseph Steatham and his wife Sarah, were buried.

The Bull Stake [marked in blue], is where John Waltham took the bear, and marched it up King Street, to his tithe barn to be slaughtered.

The 'fold' [marked in blue], which he must have passed, is still there to this day.

The "White Lion" Inn [marked in pink], is where, according to Hackwood " John Waltham was a magistrate and occupied the bench when the court used to sit in the room at the back of The White Lion Inn".

To view the church in GoogleEarth, open GoogleEarth and click the following link:-

GoogleEarth - White Lion Inn, Darlaston.


Cock Street Cemetery [marked in green], is where Thomas Steatham and his wife Sarah were buried.

Finally, St Lawrence [marked in green], where all Robert Steatham's children were baptised and, and all except for his four surving sons, Thomas Steatham, Joseph Steatham, Moses Steatham and Samuel Steatham were buried, and Robert Steatham himself was buried there in 1827.



Photo of Street map of Darlaston






The following is a street map of Wolverhampton showing the St. Peter's Collegiate Church area, including St. Peter's close.

St. Peter's Collegiate Church is important because Samuel Steatham married his first wife there, also the adjoining St. Peter's Close, is where the Liquidator of Joseph Steatham's bankruptcy Offices were.

St. Peter's Collegiate Church area, including St Peter's Close - Map


Photo of Street map of St. Peter's Collegiate Church area, including St. Peter's Close





The following is a street map of Wolverhampton showing St. John's Church.

St. Johns Church is important because Joseph Steatham, married here, and his younger brother Samuel Steatham married his second wife there.

St. John's Church Map

Photo of Street map of St. John's, Wolverhampton



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