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Stapenhill

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Derbyshire

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Stapenhill

Historically, Stapenhill was a parish in Derbyshire, under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of Lichfield, but its contiguity with Burton on Trent, in Staffordshire, makes it imperative to search resources of both counties. In his 1789 "View of the Present State of Derbyshire", James Pilkington notes that "The village of Stapenhill contains sixty-eight houses, but of this number forty-seven stand within the parish of Burton".

With the establishment of civil registration in 1837, Stapenhill, although still part of Derbyshire, was incorporated into the Burton upon Trent Registration District, Staffordshire. In 1894 it was officially transferred to the borough of Burton on Trent, Staffordshire.

Also see Cauldwell One-Place Study.

Blanche Charles

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blanchec@paradise.net.nz

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Stapenhill One-Place Study

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