Kenswick Billings Directory of Worcestershire 1855

Kenswick is extra-parochial, and is called “the Constablewick of Kenswick.” It is situate between the parishes of Wichenford and Hallow, about 5 miles N.W. from Worcester. The area is included in that of Knightwick, and the population in 1851 numbered 20.

There was formerly a Chapel in this place, in which service was performed once a month, the owner of Kenswick paying £10 per annum for this privilege; but the chapel is gone to decay, and the services have ceased.

DIRECTORY

Hulme Henry, Esq., Kenswick House

Surman Edward, farmer, Kedges; also of Abington’s

Source: Billings Directory of Worcestershire 1855

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