Inkberrow Worcestershire Family History Guide

Last Updated on May 13, 2019Inkberrow is an Ancient Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Other places in the parish include: Cokehill, Cookhill, Morton Underhill, and Noberry, formerly called Newborough, Oldberrow Green, Egioke. Morton Underhill and Noberry had each formerly a chapel, but no traces of either now remain. Parish …

Inkberrow Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Inkberrow, 4 miles from Alcester, containing 289 houses, and 1335 inhabitants. It has two hamlets, viz., Morton-Underhill and Cokehill. Andrews T., shopkeeper Bennett Thomas, farmer Bloxam Thomas, miller Brookes James, maltster Broome John, farmer Cowley Thomas, farmer Curnock William, farmer Davis William, farmer Dolphin William, farmer Dolphin Thos., maltster Dyer …

Inkberrow Worcestershire Billings Directory 1855

Inkberrow is an extensively populated parish, situated about 12 miles E. from Worcester, and 5 W. from Alcester. It contained in 1841 a population of 1809 inhabitants, and in 1851 only 1711. The manor and advowson of Inkberrow were granted by Philip and Mary to the “Burgavenny” family (as the …