Distances – 3½ miles N. from Fladbury Station, 5 N.E. from Pershore, and 11½ S.E. from Worcester.
Population – In 1901, 340. Acreage, 1840.
Postal Information – Albert H. Salmon, Sub-postmaster. Letters received through Pershore arrive at 7.15 a.m. and 3.45 p.m., despatched at 9.40 a.m. and 5. 50 p.m. Postal orders are issued and paid here. Letter-box near the Church cleared at 9.10 a.m. and 5.35 p.m. week-days only. Fladbury is the nearest money order and telegraph office.
Parish Church (St. James) – Rev. G. Gurney Coombs, B.A., Vicar; George Day and Mrs. Brooks, Churchwardens; Herbert Hemming, Parish Clerk.
Baptist Chapel – Ministers various.
Elementary School. (Mixed – Henry A. Molineux, Master; Miss Evelyn Stanton, Assistant Mistress.
Bishampton Institute – Rev. G. Gurney Coombs, B. A., President; H. A. Molineux, Secretary.
Assistant Overseer – Alfred Lewis, Union Inn, Flyford Flavell.
Bluck Richard, farmer, Ivy house
Brooks Mrs. Jane, carrier and shopkeeper
Brookes William, wheelwright and carpenter, Bishampton. Estimates given for general work. Repairs promptly executed.
Coombs Rev. G. Gurney, The Vicarage
Corbishley Geoffry [sic], farmer, Singer Bush hall
Day George, farmer, Church farm
Day Richard, farmer, The Larches
Day William, farmer, Manor farm
Ewins James, bricklayer
Farley William, shoemaker The Rookery
Harris John B., roadman
Holder William, police constable
Jones Thos. William, Dolphin Inn, Bishampton. Ales, wines, spirits, and cigars of the best quality. Parties catered for. Large smoke room.
Knight Thomas, carpenter
Lloyd David, farmer
Malins William, gardener
Niblett James, wheelwright
Reeves Joseph, grafter and gardener
Rymall Mrs., Petworth house
Smith Albert, farmer
Smith Hemming, bricklayer
Spiers George, carpenter
Stanton Alb. H., shpkpr. & baker, post office
Wheeler William, blacksmith
Workman Henry, butcher
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.