Distances – 2 miles St. of Pershore, 6 N.W. of Evesham, and 9 S.E. of Worcester.
Population – In 1901, 233. Acreage, 368.
Postal Information – Pots Office, James Derrett, Sub-Postmaster. Letters arrive from Pershore about 6.45 a.m. and 3.O p.m.; despatched thereto at 10.50 a.m. and 6.40 p.m. No delivery on Sundays. Postal orders are granted here and paid. Pinvin is the nearest money order office. Pershore is the telegraph office and post town.
Wyre Piddle Church – Rev. C. Jerram Hunt, M.A., Rector of Fladbury with Wyre Piddle, &c.; Rev. H. Kennedy, B.A., Curate; Francis William Bentley Wagstaff, Churchwarden; William Bradley, Parish Clerk.
Elementary School (boys and girls) – Miss Mary Bridgewater, Mistress.
Bailey Thomas, market gardener
Ballard William, market gardener
Boulter R., Bredon view
Bradley William, parish clerk
Bridgewater Miss M., schlmistrs., School ho.
Cotton Miss Annie
Derrett James, grocery and provision stores and sub-postmaster
Eccles Frederick, market gardener
Eccles Geo., fruit gr. and mer., Avon view
Hall Thomas, market gardener
Haynes George, market gardener
Haynes James, market gardener
Haynes Robert, market gardener
Hodgetts Joseph, market gardener
Hopwood R. G., Avon side
Jones Richard D., Anchor Inn
Kennedy Rev. H., B.A., assistant curate
Morris John, market gardener
Moseley George, market gardener
Moseley William, market gardener
New Frank, market gardener
Partington Charles, market gardener
Prosser Charles, market gardener
Sharp Brothers, millers, Wyre mill
Shepherd Henry, farmer
Tyler Charles, farmer
Wagstaff Francis W. B., solicitor
Wilmore Joseph, dairy farm
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.