Suburban; Talke pits nearby.
|Talc: Gamel, the king's thane.|
Tamhorn House Bridge on the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.
|Tamahore: Nigel from Bishop of Chester.|
Tamworth Market town where Offa, King of Mercia, built a palace which was destroyed by the Danes in 874AD. It was rebuilt by Alfred's daughter Ethelfleda who died here in 918AD. Tamworth Castle has Saxon and Norman remains. The mint, built in Offa's time, went on working until the 12th century.
Now 2 hamlets, Upper and Lower Tean.
|Tene: Robert of Stafford.|
Suburb of Wolverhampton. The wood nearby was the site of battle between Danes and Saxons 1,000 years ago when Alfred's son-in-law, Ethelred, defeated the invaders. Tettenhall Church is on the site of a 10th century church built by King Edgar.
|Totenhale / Totehala: King's land. Canons of Wolverhampton.|
The Rudge Lost.
Thorpe Constantine Thorpe Hall.
|Turvoldesfeld: Richard Forester and Nigel from him.|
Lost in Stafford.
|Tillintone: Robert of Stafford.|
|Tibintone: William from Bishop of Chester.|
|Titesoure: Stenulf from Robert of Stafford. Mill.|
Obelisk; ruined gatehouse, now restored, where Mary, Queen of Scots, was detained for 2 weeks. Queen's Low and King's Low, on the heath nearby, are burial places of great antiquity.
|Ticheshale: Hugh from Robert of Stafford.|
Trentham Suburb of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
|Cote: Canons of Wolverhampton.|
|Treslei: Baldwin from William FitzAnsculf. Mill.|
Tunstall (in Adbaston)
|Tunestal: Fran and Fragrin from Bishop of Chester. Mill.|
Norman church, once part of a Benedictine priory built by Henry de Ferrers. The castle dates back to William I's reign.
|Toteberie: Henry de Ferrers. Market.|