Staffordshire parishes, villages and hamlets



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Staffordshire covers an area of approximately 35 miles wide and 55 miles long. It has eight major rivers, those being the Trent, Dove, Blyth, Sow, Penk, Churnet, Tame and Stour. Traditionally agriculture and stock-raising has been important in the county. Coal has been abundant, plus lead, copper, iron, Fuller's earth, pipe-clay, marble and ochre were also found. Staffordshire's main and most famous manufacturing industry has been pottery.
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Abbots Bromley Butterton Forton *St Michael Rushall Upper Tean
Acton Trussell Caldon Fradswell Longdon Rushton Spencer Uttoxeter
Adbaston Calton Fulfen Longnor Sandon Wall
Aldridge Cannock Fulford LONGTON: Sedgley Walsall
Alrewas Castle Church Gayton *St James Seighford Warslow
Alston Field Cauldon Gnosall *St John Seisdon Waterfall
Alton Caverswall Gratwich Lower Gornal Shareshill Wednesbury
Arley Chartley Holme (ex. par.) Great Barr Madeley Sheen Wednesfield
Armitage Cheadle Grindon Maer Shenstone Weeford
Ashley Chebsey Hammerwich Marchington Sheriff Hales WEST BROMWICH:
Audley Checkley Hamstall Ridware Marston Smethwick *All Saints
Bagnall Cheddleton Hanbury Mavesyn Ridware STAFFORD: *Christ Church
Balterley Chorlton Handsworth Mayfield *St Chad *Holy Trinity
Barlaston Church Eaton Hanley Meerbrook *St Mary *St Andrew
Barton-under-Needwood Clifton Campville Harborne Milwich Standon *St John
Baswich Codsall Harlaston Mucklestone Statfold *St Peter
Bednall Colton Haselour Needwood Stoke-upon-Trent Weston under Lizard
Berkswich Colwich Haughton Newborough Stone Weston-upon-Trent
Betley68763158 Coppenhall High Offley Newcastle under Lyme Stonnall Wetley Rocks
Biddulph Cotton Hilderstone Newchapel Stowe Wetton
BILSTON: Creswell (ex. par.) Himley Norbury Stretton Whitmore
*St Leonard Croxall (Derbys) Hints Norton Canes Streethay Whittington
*St Mary Croxden Hopwas Hays (ex. par.) Norton-in-the-Moors Swynnerton Wichnor
Blithfield Croxton Horton Norton under Cannock Talke on the Hill Wiggington
Blore-Ray DARLASTON: Ilam Ogley Hay (ex. par.) Tamworth Willenhall
Blore-with-Swinscoe *All Saints Ingestre Okeover Tatenhill Wolstanton
Bloxwich *St George Ipstones Onecote Teddesley Hay (ex. par.) WOLVERHAMPTON:
Blurton Dilhorne Keele Patshull Tettenhall-Regis *St George
Blymhill Draycott-in-the-Moors Kings Bromley Pattingham Tettenhall Wood *St Peter
Bobbington (Salop) Drayton-Bassett Kingsley Pelsall Thorpe Constantine *St James
Bradeley Dunston Kingstone Penkhull Tillington *St John
Bradley-in-the-Moors Eccleshall Kingswinford Penkridge TIPTON: *St Jude
Bramshall Edingale Kinver Penn *St Martin *St Mark
Brewood Elford Lane End Perry Barr *St Paul *St Mary
Brierley Hill Ellastone Lapley Pipe Ridware Tixall *St Paul
Broughton Ellen Hall Leek and Lowe Quarnford Trentham Wombourne
Bucknall-cum-Bagnall Endon, Longsdon and Stanley Leigh Ranton Trysull Woodford Grange
Burntwood Enville LICHFIELD: Rocester Tunstall Worston
Burslem Farewell *Cathedral Rolleston Tutbury Yoxall
Burton-upon-Trent (Holy Trinity) Fazeley *St Chad Rowley Regis Upper Arley  
Bushbury Fisherwick *St Mary Rugeley Upper Elkstone  
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