Wickhamford is a village and parish in Worcestershire, to the south of Badsey. The two villages have close connections and share a market gardening heritage.
Historical records for Wickhamford
Families and people
World Wars I & II
The latest articlesChurch Wardens 1663 -1790 and 1840 - 2015. Unlike the vicars, church wardens were usually local men born in the village. Val Harman and Tom Locke have an ongoing project to find out more about them and tell their stories.
Wickhamford church bell and its journey in 1686 from the Begley Bell Foundry in Evesham.
Wickhamford Banns (1826-1919).
1939 Electoral Register. Details of the village population in 1939 when the Government drew up a National Register within weeks of the outbreak of the Second World War.
Dr Heath of Longdon Hill. A local G.P. who lived in the village.
Wickhamford School. About a proposal to build a school in the village in 1915.
The cottages in
this picture once stood on the site now occupied by Hody's Place on
Manor Road in Wickhamford. In 2014 local artist Ian Gibson painted this
impression of the cottages. More information...
Buildings and places
Life in Wickhamford
Church and vicars
Top picture: Cottages demolished to build Hody's
Wickhamford residents of 1911 - a photographic archive
Following on from the transcription of the 1911 census for Wickhamford, we are trying to obtain photographs of as many of the 259 residents recorded as possible. Such images can be from the time of the census, from an earlier date or later in life. If you have any photographs that could be included please let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org
View larger map. To find an address, search for 'Hodys Place' or '8 Wickham Close' or 'Sunnyside, Wickhamford' or something similar. See also historical maps of Wickhamford.