Abbots Morton Worcestershire Family History Guide

Last Updated on May 6, 2019Abbots Morton is an Ancient Parish in the county of Worcestershire. The parish of Abbots Morton incorporates the hamlets of Morton Spirt, The Low and Gooms Hill as well as the village of Abbots Morton. Church: St. Peter Parish registers begin: 1728 A national schoolroom …

Abbots Morton Littlebury’s Worcestershire Directory 1879

Abbot’s Morton is a parish situate 12 miles E. of Worcester, 9 N. of Evesham, and 6 S.W. of Alcester; is in the eastern division of the county, Lower Blakenhurst hundred, Alcester union, Pershore petty sessional division and county court district, Inkberrow polling district, Upton Snodsbury highway district, Worcester diocese …

Abbots Morton Billings Directory 1855

Abbot’s Morton is a parish and scattered village, pleasantly situated 12 miles E. of Worcester, on the road from that city to Alcester, and contained in 1851 a population of 235 inhabitants. This parish derived its name from the Abbots of Evesham Monastery having selected this spot for one of …

Abbotts Moreton Worcestershire – Bentley’s Directory 1840

Abbotts Moreton is a parish and village 12 miles E. from Worcester, 8 N. from Evesham, and 5 S.W. from Alcester. The parish contains 1,400 acres, and 260 inhabitants The living is a Rectory, in the gift of G. J. A. Walker, Esq., of Norton-juxta Kemsey, and incumbency of the …

Abbotts Morton Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Abbott’s Morton, 4 miles from Evesham, containing 40 houses, and 191 inhabitants. Directory Angell John, farmer Cotterell Thomas, farmer Cotterell Charles, farmer Cowley W. sen. farmer Cowley W. jun. farmer Eades Rev. J. Gilbert John, farmer Moore Edward, farmer Payton John, farmer Perkes, Thomas, farmer Roberts Benj., farmer Singles Elizabeth, …