Source:Doubleday, Herbert Arthur. Victoria History of the County of Worcester

Source The Victoria history of the county of Worcester
Author Doubleday, Herbert Arthur
Page, William
Willis-Bund, J. W. (John William)
Place Worcestershire, England
Subject History
Publication information
Type Miscellaneous
Publisher A. Constable
Date issued 1901-1924
Place issued London
Number of Volumes at least 4
Doubleday, Herbert Arthur; William Page; and J. W. (John William) Willis-Bund. The Victoria history of the county of Worcester. (London: A. Constable, 1901-1924).
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Volume 2. This part volume covers the religious houses of Worcestershire, including the pre-dissolution history of the priory of St Mary, later Worcester cathedral.
Volume 3. Covers two parts of the historic county: firstly, the hundred of Halfshire in the north-east, which includes several areas now within the greater Birmingham area, including Dudley, Halesowen and Yardley. Accounts
Volume 4. This volume covers the city of Worcester, as well as parishes in the hundreds of Pershore and Doddingtree, in the south and west of the county. These include the towns of Pershore, Great Malvern and Hanley Castle.

These are the volumes available on British History Online. It is unknown if there are other higher-numbered volumes in the series. Volume 1 in most counties has to do with Archaeology, Natural History, and History up to the time of the Domesday Book (AD 1086).

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  • 483718 Item 4
  • 599151 Item 2
  • 599152
  • 599153