Tipton St Paul Staffordshire Family History Guide

Tipton St Paul is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Staffordshire, created in 1842 from Tipton St Martin, Staffordshire Ancient Parish.
Alternative names: Tipton Green
Parish church:
Parish registers begin:

  • Parish registers: 1839
  • Bishop’s Transcripts: None

Nonconformists include:

Adjacent Parishes

  • Tipton St Martin
  • Dudley St Edmund

Historical Descriptions

The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870

TIPTON, or Tibbington, a parish in Dudley district, Stafford; on the Birmingham canal, and on the Stour Valley, the South Staffordshire, the Great Western, and the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton railways, 1½ mile NNE of Dudley. It contains Horseley-Heath, Dudley-Port, Tipton-Green, Princes-End, Toll-End, and part of Greatbridge villages; and it has seven r. stations, wharves, a head post-office‡ of Tipton at Horseley-Heath, receiving post-offices‡ at Princes-End, Tipton-Green, and Greatbridge, four police stations, a police and petty-sessions court-house, a board of health, and a plentiful supply of good water. Acres, 3,020. Real property, £130,225; of which £32 are in quarries, £38,875 in mines, and £43,549 in ironworks. Pop. in 1851, 24,872; in 1861, 28,870. Houses, 5,695. The property is much subdivided. Iron-stone and coal abound; fire-bricks, cement, soap, grease, malt, files, and nails are made; and heavy iron goods, including anchors, cables, pit-chains, iron-fenders, fire-irons, and all kinds of steam-engine machinery are largely manufactured. The parish is ecclesiastically cut into the four sections of St. Martin, St. Paul, St John, and St. Mark. The livings are all p. curacies in the diocese of Lichfield. Value of St. Martin, £750; of St. P., £300; of St. J. £50; of St. Mark, £150. Patron of St. Martin, S. S. Lloyd, Esq.; of St. P., the Incumbent of St. Martin; of St. J., the Incumbent of St. Martin; of St. Mark, alternately the Crown and the Bishop. Three of the churches are recent; and the fourth, excepting the tower, was recently rebuilt. There are 15 dissenting chapels, several national schools, a British school, and charities £69. One of the dissenting chapels, Wesleyan, was built in 1866, at a cost of £5,000.
Source: The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales [Wilson, John M]. A. Fullarton & Co. N. d. c. [1870-72].

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County: Staffordshire
Civil Registration District: Dudley
Probate Court: Court of the Prebend of Prees or Pipe Minor
Diocese: Lichfield
Rural Deanery: Handsworth
Poor Law Union: Dudley
Hundred: South Offlow
Province: Canterbury

Further Reading

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A Black Country Miscellany: Aspects of West Midlands History by Andrew Homer | 7 Nov 2016
Black Country Murders (Sutton True Crime History) by Bott | 23 Mar 2009
Birmingham & Black Country Murder Stories by Brendan Hawthorne | 17 Jul 2017
Black Country Murders by Don Cochrane
A Grim Almanac of the Black Country (Grim Almanacs) by Nicola Sly | 14 Dec 2012
A-Z of The Black Country: Places-People-History by Andrew Homer | 15 Nov 2018
Historic England: The Black Country: Unique Images from the Archives of Historic England by Andrew Homer | 15 Jun 2019
Chain and Anchor Making in the Black Country by Ron Moss | 20 Jul 2006
Memories of the Black Country: 100 Years of Photography (Alton Douglas Presents) by Alton Douglas | 1 Feb 1999
Birmingham & The Black Country's Canalside Industries (Archive Photographs) by Shill | 29 Jul 2005
Black Country Chronicles by Larkin | 30 Mar 2009
Whatever Happened to the Real Black Country?: Black Country Chronicles 1939-1999 by Tom Larkin | 20 Nov 2019
A Century of the Black Country (Century of North of England) by Williams | 1 Nov 2007
Black Country in the Great War (Your Towns & Cities/Great War) by Michael Pearson | 3 Sep 2014
The Little Book of the Black Country by Michael Pearson | 1 Oct 2013
Black Country, The by Edward Chitham | 1 Sep 2009
As If It Were Yesterday: Birmingham and The Black Country - Photographs From A Time Remembered by Mr Peter Donnelly and Simon Donnelly | 1 Nov 2019
Black Country Memories by Carl Chinn | 1 Nov 2004
Black Country Memories: v. 2 by Carl Chinn | 1 Nov 2005
Black Country Memories: v. 3 by Carl Chinn | 18 Nov 2006
Black Country Memories: v. 4 by Carl Chinn | 5 Nov 2007
Black Country Memories: v. 5 by Carl Chinn | 21 Nov 2008
Francis Frith's the Black Country (Photographic Memories) by Alan Rose, Dorothy Nicolle, et al. | 27 Jun 2002