Great Malvern Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Malvern Great, 7 miles from Worcester, containing 163 houses, and 819 inhabitants, well known for its delightful prospects, and the salubrity and pureness of the air. There are several hotels for the accommodation of visitors, it being frequented by the most polite circles in the country. The church which formerly belonged to a magnificent monastery, was purchased by the inhabitants at the dissolution, and for its beauty of antiquity is not to be equalled in this part of the country.
The admirable pile of Malvern Hills, which give name to this village is situated in Worcestershire and Herefordshire, and from the survey made by order of the Board of Ordnance some time since, it appears that the extreme height was 1444 feet above the level of the sea.
The views from them extend over 10 counties, and are beautiful beyond description; from these hills issue several springs, one called Holy Well, about half way up the summit, and about 2 miles from Great Malvern, is accounted very salutary, and has long been used in all cases where chalybeate waters are given, with considerable success.
Malvern Little and Newland are hamlets to this parish.
Baker Mrs. C
Ballard Phillip, attorney
Banford Thomas, farmer
Bannister James, carrier
Barber Richard, smith
Barber John, hallier
Baylis Thomas, farmer
Beale Henry, surgeon
Beard J., Belle Vue Hotel
Bellers John, farmer
Bellers John, jun., farmer
Blake John, farmer
Bosworth Joseph, farmer
Brown Mrs. gent.
Bullock, Moses, farmer
Bullock William, farmer
Bullock John, farmer
Campbell G. C. gent.
Cann Thos., bricklayer
Card Rev. Henry
Caulfield E. T. gent.
Cope Sir Jonathan, Bart.
Dandridge Mary, gent.
De Bourville Madam
Deykes Samuel gent.
Downes Joseph, Foley Arms Hotel
Ell George, farmer
Fowler William, dealer
George Thomas, smith
Goodman B., schoolmaster
Greenaway Rich., farmer
Griffiths W., shopkeeper
Hall Francis, farmer
Harrison Wm., innkeeper
Hartwright James, gent.
Hartwright J. jun., farmer
Holl C. A. gent.
Jones Edw., shoemaker
Jones Thos., shoemaker
Kerby Joseph, butcher
Key James, shopkeeper
Lane George, farmer
Lashford J., shoemaker
Lucas Thomas, grocer
Lyttleton Lady
Marsden James, gent.
Mason Ann, gentlewoman
Matthews John, farmer
Matthews Samuel, farmer
Matthews Wm., carrier
Nash Samuel, farmer
Need George, farmer
Philpotts T., carpenter
Plumer Mrs. gent.
Probert John, victualler
Probert Vaughan, gent.
Rance Thomas, farmer
Richards John, gent.
Roberts Isaac, farmer
Roe Samuel, vict.
Silvester Miss, gent.
Simmonds – , glazier
Solloway John, gent.
Southall John, musician and librarian
Stephens Williams, farmer
Stillingfleet Mrs. gent.
Stokes T., shopkeeper
Thomas William, farmer
Tilt Rev. William
Wadley Edward, farmer
Waldron – , surgeon
Wall William, esq.
Weaver Charles, farmer
West Thomas, esq.
Wheeler Allen, gent.
Wilks Wm., hair dresser
Wilson Captain, Edward
Wilson John, farmer
Yeend Laringe, farmer
Young Edward, farmer
Source: S Lewis Worcestershire General and Commercial Directory for 1820.