There is a brief mention of an ancestor in a couple of Staffordshire newpapers:
2 October 1830 DIED John Wright age 24 of Tettenhall late of Kidderminster and formerly of Wolverhampton
In 1828 when he married (in Hanbury, Worcestershire) he was shown as being 'of the parish of Kidderminster'.
In March 1830, when his son was baptised in Wolverhampton, his abode was shown as Wolverhampton.
It looks probable that he was buried in Wolverhampton in October 1830.
Tettenhall or Tettenhall Regis was a small village a couple of miles from Wolverhampton, and there is a candidate baptism for a John Wright in 1805 in Tettenhall. There is another candidate baptism for him in 1810 in Wolverhampton (noting a birth in 1806).
When the newspaper(s) describe him as 'of Tettenhall' is that likely to mean he was resident in Tettenhall at the time of his death? Or that he came originally from there? Or either, or neither?