Wednesfield (pop. 4883), Heath Town Or Wednesfield Heath (9441) and Willenhall (18, 515) are neighbouring urban districts, with populations employed in the manufacture of locks, keys and small iron goods, in iron and brass foundries, varnish works, &c.
By 1855 there were 344 master locksmiths in Willenhall.
They were the first company in Willenhall to developed the manufacture of a cylinder pin tumbler lock about 1910.
wardship of the young heir while Thomas WILLENHALL [apparently John's brother] unsuccessfully pursed a claim against the estate.
Thus, locks are a specialty at Wolverhampton and Willenhall, and keys at Wednesfield; horses' bits, harness-fittings and saddlery at Walsall and Bloxwich, anchors and cables at Tipton, glass at Smethwick, and nails and chains at Cradley.
The Priory retained wardship of the young heir while Thomas WILLENHALL [apparently John 's brother] unsuccessfully pursed a claim against the estate.
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