Hanley Castle

Hanley Castle, Worcestershire Family History Guide

Hanley Castle is an Ancient Parish in the county of Worcestershire. Other places in the parish include: Blackmore End, Robertsend, Henley Quay, Hanley Swan, and Gilberts End. Parish church: Parish registers begin: 1538 Nonconformists include: Roman Catholic and Wesleyan Methodist. Parishes adjacent to Hanley Castle Great Malvern Madresfield Malvern Wells Upton upon Severn Welland Severn …

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Hanley Castle Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Hanley Castle, 2 miles from Upton, containing 176 houses, and 986 inhabitants. There are several gentlemen’s seats in this parish. Barber William, farmer Barnes John, farmer Barry Miss, gentlewoman Baylis William, farmer Berry Thomas, farmer Bull Charles, farmer Broadstock Thos., farmer Chamberlain James, gent. Charlton E. L. esq. Clarke A., gentlewoman Cole William, farmer Cooper …

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Upton upon Severn (with the village of Hanley Castle and Neighbours) Slater’s Directory 1850

Upton is a parish in the hundred of Pershore – the market town is 111 miles N.W. by N. form London, 10 S. from Worcester, 8 S.E. from Malvern, the like distance S.W. from Pershore, 7 N.N.W. from Tewkesbury, 26 E. from Hereford, 10 E. by N. from Ledbury, and 5 miles W. from the …

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