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It is situated in the very northwest of the city borough, with its north and west boundaries being the city limit.
It stands on a ridge of land between Fowlea Brook to the west and Scotia Brook to the east, surrounded by old tile making and brick making sites, some of which date back to the Middle Ages. Between 12, Tunstall, Bemersley, Burslem, Chatterley, Chell, Oldcott, and Thursfield, Whitfield and Bemersley are mentioned as distinct manors or vills; all but Chell had merged within the manor of Tunstall by the end of the 13th century.
Tunstall is the most northern, and fourth largest town of the Potteries.We have 2 excellent centres based in Stoke on Trent - Newcastle under Lyme and Eastham Village, Wirral.Our Stoke-on-Trent location is easily accessible by the M6, A500 & A50, making us easy to find from Crewe, Nantwich, Stafford, Stone and Leek.It stands on high ground and commands pleasing prospects.The manufactories in it are respectable and do considerable business.In 1816, a market square of nearly an acre (now Tower Square) was laid out on land called Stony Croft which was leased from the lord of the manor, and small-scale markets began to be held.Today, Tunstall Market is the smallest of the four markets in Stoke-on-Trent (Fenton and Burslem not having markets).sta., Wolstanton par., Staffordshire, on the Grand Trunk Canal, 2½ miles NE. It has rapidly risen from a village to a considerable town, with a fine town hall in the centre of a spacious market-place." John Bartholomew, Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) There is evidence of small-scale pottery manufacturing in Tunstall from the 14th century.and within the parliamentary limits of Newcastle under Lyme, 690 ac., pop. However, Tunstall was one of the last of towns in the Potteries to begin large scale pottery manufacturing, with the main focus being on farming, and to a lesser extent, coal & iron mining and mills.Robert Beswick, father of Beswick Pottery founder James Wright Beswick, began making pottery in Tunstall.Jabez Vodrey is a noted emigrant potter, the first English potter west of the Appalachian Mountains.