Directory of Lugwardine 1851

E. C. Lascelles, Publishers


LUGWARDINE, a Parish in the Hundred of Radlow, is delightfully situated on the Banks of the Lug, two-and-three-quarter miles E. by N. from Hereford The scenery in the neighbourhood is very picturesque, and the Parish abounds with many genteel residences and villas. Edward Griffiths, Esq., is Lord of the Manor. The Parish in 1851 contained 670 inhabitants.

The Church, dedicated to St. Peter, is an ancient building, and has a tower, with a clock and five bells. The interior is nearly fitted-up, and has four painted windows, beautifully executed, and contains several monuments and slabs of ancient and modern dates; there is also a neat organ. The living is a Vicarage, in the peculiar jurisdiction and patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Hereford. The Rev. Hugh Hanmer Morgan, Vicar; the Rev. Wm. Poole, Curate; Mr. James Jones, Clerk. Service - 11 a.m. and 3.30 p.m.

There is a School for Girls and Boys, supported by a few charities and voluntary contributions. Benjamin Suckling, Master.

Post Office, Hagley - Harriet Connop, Receiver. Arrival 9.30 a.m. ; dispatch, 2.30 p.m.



ARNETT Mrs. Elizabeth, Hagley

BADHAM Mr. Wm., Woodbine Cottage, Hagley

FREEMAN John Gardner, Esq., Rockfield House

GRIFFITHS Edward, Esq., New Court

HILL Miss Anne Maria, Middle Court

HORSBURGH James, Esq., Tidnor Court

JAMES Wm., Esq., Wilcroft

MORGAN Rev. Hugh Hanmer, Vicar, Vicarage

NEWTON Mr. Thomas, Wear House

PHILLIPS Robert Biddulph, Esq., Longworth, and Hagley Park

PITT Mrs. Mary, Lower House

POOLE Rev. Wm., Curate, Hagley Villa

PRITCHARD Mrs. Elizabeth

SCOTT Mr. John Benjamin, Hagley

TEAGUE Mrs. Ann, Hagley



BULLEN Samuel, victualler and tailor, Crown and Anchor

CONNOP Harriet, Post Office, Hagley

CONNOP James, black and whitesmith, High House

CONNOP Thomas, black and whitesmith, Hagley

ETHERIDGE Joseph, stone mason

GODWIN Wm., brick and tile maker, Woodbine House

GWILLIAM Wm. Henry, farmer, Lower House

HANCOCKS Charlotte, farmer

HILES Thomas and Henry, corn millers, Tidnor Mill

JONES James, farmer, Hagley

MATTEY John, farmer, Old Court

MORGAN James, shopkeeper, Hagley

MORRIS John, farmer, Lower Wilcroft

NEWMAN Wm., wheelwright, Hagley

PACKWOOD Luke, shopkeeper, Hagley

PEMBER John, carpenter and victualler, Traveller's Rest

POWELL Mr., farmer, Castle Farm

POWELL Mr., farmer, Hinett Farm

PRICE Wm., shoemaker, Hagley

PYE Robert, butcher, Hagley

SOUTHALL Elizabeth, shopkeeper

TEAGUE John, gardener, Prospect Cottage, Hagley

TYLER Richard, farmer, Sheep Walk, Hagley

WATKINS Mary, corn miller, Longworth Mill

WEAVER James, wheelwright

WHITNEY James, woollen draper and tailor, Hagley

WILLIAMS Evan, surgeon