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 articlesThree Moulbery sisters: Sarah Ann, Edith Florence and Beatrice Emily who married in Edwardian times.
19th century soldiers. The lives of two Wickhamford men who served in the Victorian era: William Knight and Charles Porter.
From the TV Times: a 1960 article featuring the village.
Wickhamford Wills (1641-1928) : Testators, executors, beneficiaries, witnesses and others mentioned in the wills.
Kelly's Directory 1921.
Alfred Woodall lived in Wickhamford for about 25 years and made an impact on the local community as a fruit grower. He was an active member of Littleton & Badsey Growers and of the Congregationalist Church in Broadway.
Farm Students. In 1911 at Field Farm, Longdon Hill, there were two young men as boarders whose occupations were given as ‘Farm Pupil (worker)’. They were John Lawrence Siddorn, born in Heaton Chapel, Lancashire and Stanley Gordon Stephenson, born in Althorpe, Lincolnshire.
Maurice Carter's National Service. He lived with his family at 71 Pitchers Hill, Wickhamford and was called up in September 1957, aged 21.
A Byrd in India. Samuel James Byrd was the son of an Evesham butcher. In 1911 he was in the army at Ampala, in India, as a gunner. Later he served throughout most of the Great War. Amongst his possessions, when he died in 1972, were a stereoscope viewer and some stereoview cards mounted with photographs of events in the Far East.
Correspondence between James Lees-Milne and Fred Mason. The two men were both born in the first decade of the twentieth century but came from very different backgrounds. In the 1920s Fred worked as a boot boy at Wickhamford Manor where James lived. Many years later the two men wrote to each other and had a reunion.
Wickhamford Electoral Register - Autumn 1924.
An Edwardian Lady pays visits to Wickhamford. Mary Olive Marshall kept a diary from 1906 until the Great War. In it she gave details of a number of visits to Wickhamford Manor to see her friends, George and Helen Lees-Milne.
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 email@example.com
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.