Worcestershire Family History

  • Worcestershire Parish records
  • Worcestershire Directory 1820
    This is a scanned copy of the original Worcestershire General and Commercial Directory for 1820. The book can be searched for names and locations.
  • Worcestershire Regiment
    The Worcestershire Regiment website contains a great deal of information, including the history, rolls of honour, regimental archives and much more.
  • Malvern Family History Society
    The Malvern Family History Society is a group of about 200 enthusiasts interested in their family history as well as that of Worcestershire. Their members are a mixture of people who are local to Malvern, whose roots can be local or spread far and wide, and those further afield with family links back to the area.
  • Black Country History
    Black Country History is a searchable website which allows users to find information about documents, maps, photographs, art works, objects and more held by archives and museums services within the Black Country.
  • Dudley Burial Records
    You can search for people buried or cremated in the cemeteries that are under the control of Dudley Council.Brierley Hill Cemetery
    Cradley Cemetery
    Dudley Cemetery
    Gornal Cemetery
    Gornal Wood Crematorium
    Halesowen Cemetery
    Lye/Wollescote Cemetery
    Stourbridge Cemetery
    Stourbridge Crematorium

About Worcestershire

Population

  • 1841 – 256,280
  • 1851 – 254,221
  • 1861 – 249,311
  • 1871 – 257,177
  • 1881 – 258,965
  • 2015 – 578,600 est.

Largest Towns & Cities

  1. Worcester
  2. Redditch
  3. Kidderminster
  4. Great Malvern
  5. Bromsgrove
    List of Places in Worcestershire

Most Common Surnames 1881

  1. Smith
  2. Jones
  3. Taylor
  4. Hill
  5. Harris

Places of Interest

  • The Hive
  • The Fleece Inn
  • Worcestershire County Museum
  • Forge Mill Museum
  • The Commandery
  • Malvern Hills
  • Museum of Royal Worcester