Wrockwardine, Shropshire Family History Guide

Wrockwardine is an extensive parish in the diocese of Lichfield, archdeaconry of Salop, rural deanery of Wrockwardine, and hundred of South Bradford, and comprises the hamlets of Admaston, Allscot, Bratton, Burcot, Charlton, Clottley, Leaton, Long Lane, and Walcot. The village lies between the high road and the railway some 10 …

Wrockwardine Wood Cassey Shropshire Directory 1871

Wrockwardine Wood became and ecclesiastical parish distinct from Wrockwardine in 1847; is a township in the civil parish of Wrockwardine, from which place it is distant 5 miles.  The church of the Holy Trinity is a brick building, erected in 1833.  The living is a rectory, having been made such …

Wrockwardine Baptisms and Burials 1788 to 1789

1788 Jan. 1. Elizabeth Davis, aged 83, bur. Jan. 1. Thomas Biggs, aged 26, bur. Jun. 5. Richard, s. Robart Wells, bap. Jan. 6. Jane, d. Richard Manwaring & Mary, bap. Jan. 20. Thomas, s. Joshua Blakemore, bap. Jan. 22. Thomas Davis, pauper, aged 63, bur. No date. John, s. …

Wrockwardine Baptisms and Burials 1790 to July 1791

1790 Jan. 3. Richard, s. Thomas Vickers & Elizabeth, from Wallcott in par. of Wellington, bap. Jan. 3. Elizabeth, d. Richard Sambrook & Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 11. Elizabeth, d. Jonathan Felton & Mary, bap. Jan. 4. Liddia, d. John Pinches & Sarah (born Jany. 4), bap. Jan. 23. David Thomas, …