Tidmington is a small parish, forming, with Shipston-upon-Stour, Tredington, and Alderminster, a detached portion of the Upper Division of the Hundred of Oswaldslow. It is situate about a mile and a half from Shipston-upon-Stour. Tidmington contained in 1851 a population of 53 inhabitants, being a decrease in ten years of 17.

Tidmington and Shipston-upon-Stour were formerly townships in the parish of Tredington, from which they were separated by an Act of Parliament passed in the 6th year of the reign of George I.

The Church is a small stone structure, chiefly in the early English style of architecture: the tower contains three bells. The living is a Rectory, with Shipston-upon-Stour. Rev. William Evans, Rector; Mr. John Hall, Clerk. Service – 1 30 p.m.


Barton Mrs. Louisa, Tidmington House

Misters Mrs.

Mander Thomas, farmer, High Furze

Marshall William, farmer, Tidmington Green

Penson Frances, farmer

Penson Richard, farmer, Tidmington Farm

Penson Robert, farmer

Powell Thomas, farmer, Glebe Farm

Source: Billings Directory of Worcestershire 1855