Hill Croome, Worcestershire Family History Guide

Hill Croome is an Ancient Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Other places in the parish include: Baughton and Wardington. Parish church: St. Mary Parish registers begin: 1721 Nonconformists include: Parishes adjacent to Hill Croome Ripple Earl’s Croome Strensham Defford Historical Descriptions The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870 …

Hill Croome Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Day Thomas, farmer Day Luke, cutter Drinkwater M., farmer Fletcher John, farmer Fletcher J. W., farmer Goodall James, butcher Green Thomas, farmer Howship S., farmer and shopkeeper Jones Ann, farmer Morris Thomas, farmer Thould James, farmer Tompkins – , shopkeeper Source: S Lewis Worcestershire General and Commercial Directory for 1820.

Hill Croome Worcestershire (with the Hamlet of Baughton) 1855

Hill Croome is a small parish, situate about 2 miles from Upton, with a population in 1851 of 193 inhabitants. Baughton is a small hamlet belonging to the above, situate about one mile and a half from the church; the population is returned with the parish. The church is a very …

Hill Croome Worcestershire Littleburys Directory 1879

Hill Croome (anciently Heleycombe or Hull Croome, from the De Hulls who lived here temp. Edward I) is a small parish and village, 2 miles E. of Upton-on-Severn, 7 N. of Tewkesbury, 6 S.W. of Pershore, and 12 S. of Worcester; is in the western division of the county and …

Hill Croome, Worcestershire Grave Photographs