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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Suckley

    the south of Lulsley . Alfrick is to the east of Suckley . The village, on the Bromyard road , contains Alfrick Court and several half-timber cottages, some of which are near the church. Alfrick Pound is a hamlet to

    Parishes Broadwas

    of the River Teme was, by order of the Local Government Board, amalgamated with Leigh , and the part of Alfrick to the north of the Teme was united to Broadwas . At the same time part of Broadwas was

    Parishes Leigh with Bransford

    s . issuing out of lands at Alfrick , the property of Col. Shirley Arthur Stephenson Fetherstonhaugh. 2. Mary Doegood, will proved at Worcester 3 August 16 93, consisting of 5 a. at Alfrick of the annual rental value of

    The city of Worcester Charities

    parish , producing £34 yearly. Samuel Matthews , who died in 1684 , by his will devised certain lands at Alfrick , in the parish of Suckley , for charitable purposes. The trust property consists of 6 acres, or therea

    Parishes St Peter with Whittington

    Adams ' (mentioned on the same table), will 1702, being 20 s . yearly issuing out of a farm at Alfrick in Suckley . Charities of Henry Staunton and others, which consist of a freehold house, 5 Edgar Street ,

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