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Cropthorne Worcestershire Family History Guide

Cropthorne Worcestershire Family History Guide

Cropthorne is an Ancient Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Other places in the parish include: Charlton and Netherton. The hamlet of Netherton, which belonged to Cropthorne till 1864, was added to Elmley Castle by Order in Council, 464; in 1871 Parish Church: St. Michael The register begins with the year 1559 Nonconformists in Cropthorne...

Charlton Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Andrews John, weaver Boyce Mrs., farmer Brown Mary L., farmer Brown Mrs., gentlewoman Bushell G., blacksmith Bushell Mrs., farmer Corbet Thos., pig dealer Davis Thomas, gardener Davis James, gardener Dingley William, farmer Dingley R., wheelwright Dingley Samuel, farmer Woodward Francis, farmer Source: S Lewis Worcestershire General and Commercial Directory for 1820.

Cropthorne Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Cropthorne, 3 miles from Evesham, containing 43 houses, and 240 inhabitants. The manors of Charlton and Netherton, are in this parish. Appelbee Edward, gent. Appelbee Morris, farmer Bagshaw A., shopkeeper Bushill Susan, farmer Curnock William, farmer Drinkwater Wm., mason Holland Francis, esq. Holland Francis, jun., esq. Kearey William, vict. Meakins Joseph, weaver Mealins Wm., farmer...

Cropthorne with Charlton Littleburys Directory 1879

Cropthorne is a parish and village near the river Avon, 3 miles N.W. of Evesham, 3 ½ S.E. of Pershore, 12 S.E. of Worcester, and 1 mile S. of Fladbury station on the Great Western railway. It is situated on a delightful eminence, and commands fine views; is in the eastern division of the county,...