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ADCOCK Isaac Dickson flourished 1872 - 1889 inaugurated pharmacy in Swan St.then High St. High Bailiff. Herbert Dickson flourished 1889 1950; son of I.D., continued business; chairman parish council; fire brigade member. Business tak en up by nephew, W.J, (Jim), who celebrated 100 years of family business in 1972. High Bailiff; supported Red Cross, Alcester Players, Conservative Assoc; Fellow of Royal Horticultural Soc.
AINGE Family flourished Alcester 19thC; George owned Swan ;William b Alcester, member of Foresters and Victoria Band, in 2OthC became Mayor of Welshpool.
ALCESTER Baron Alcester of Alcester (Frederick Beauchamp Paget Seymour) Not born Alcester but took title in 1882 after being C.in C. Mediterranean Fleet;given town reception 1883; Alcester in Sth.Dakota said to be named after him
ALLCOCK John 18thC used local water mills for needlemaking (VCH); family engaged as needlemaker through l9thC and into 2OthC
ALLWOOD Joseph b 1812 Alcester, needlemaker in Henley St. inheriting firm est.1796. Son Alfred built Minerva Works on Station Road but needlemaker ceased 1912; d 1894. Marshall,Son- of Joseph, traveller for Minerva set up Allwood, Blackband & Co in Alexandra Works,Birmingham Road 1908.
ANKER (ANCHORS) Joseph flourished 1750 1775 brickmaker Alcester Heath. Son- William b1765 brickmaker; warden,gent. Other Ankers l9thC needlemaker..
ANMONEY Robert 1388 Rector of Alcester
ARCHER Family VCH gives William as early needlemaker James needlemaker 1792 John needlemaker flourished 1741 Two families l9thC a) china deAlcesterrs 1837 -1871 b) shoe makers 1807 - 1874
ARNALL Francis flourished 1850 1887 butchers
ARNWAY John flourished 1760 1800; gent.
ASPREE William c1710 Surgeon
AVERILL Thomas d 1829 ropemaker Thomas 1785 -1862 Flax dresser and rope maker Son- Thomas b 1817 rope maker. Thomas William 1877 1935
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BADGER W. 1887 - 189O Manager, Alcester Chronicle
BADSON Richard c 1677 left Studley to continue as needlemaker in Alcester.
BAKER Edward flourished c 1839 watchmaker Elizabeth c 1840s Private School,Priory Road.
BARNES J. 1883 set up Alcester Commercial School Church Street.
BARNETT Charles flourished 1810 1840 Gave parish church organ 1817.
BARTLAM Robert flourished 1788 - 1821 Attorney ; memorial par. church. John b 1770 Alcester d 1823 Vicar of Beoley
BATES Fanny 1873 1905 mistress National School
BAXTER Family flourished 1888 1908 Beauchamp Court Farm
BAYLIS Joseph 1857 -1936 Alcesters bookmaker, property owner. Wide-spread family locally l9thC and 2OthC
BEAUCHAMP Walter de l3thC Beauchamp Court Manor House Giles de 1341 charter to fortify Beauchamp Court William l6thC Rector of Alcester (alias Denton)
BEAUSANT Robert 1435 Rector,Alcester.
BEDDOME John 1711 - l724 Baptist minister at Alcester.
BELCHER Thomas 1768 -69 short rectorship of Alcester.
BELL John (Oxon) 1693 -1703 Newport Free School; curate of parish church.
BELLERS Family flourished 1560 1690 Yeomen and tanners and prominent citizens
BENET Richard 1361 Rector,Alcester.
BERRIDGE Robert flourished 1880 -1911 Monumental mason; examples of work, several local churchyards
BINYON William 1577 barber surgeon
BLACKBAND Mr. 11 1908 on wards needlemaker partner with Allwood (q.v.)
BLACKMAN William c 1428 Rector of Alcester
BLEANEY Family flourished 1780 1905; brickmakers, plumbers, joiners. Samuel 1860 -1880 music teacher and headed a quadrille band.
BLOXAM Richard d 1829 surgeon in Alcester at Crown (now Lloyds Bank) and Field House, which he converted from a cottage. Grandfather of Matthew Holbech Bloxam, noted Warwicks .historian
BODDINGTON Henry b 10J7 butcher High St. and Butter St., also victualler; vaccination officer; wife Elizabeth ran a school. Son- Henry b 1859 solicitors clerk, crichet captain; Oddfellows
BOMEORD Edgar and William 1890 1908 Birmingham Road foundry. James c 1860 -1871 woolstapler Herbert flourished 1910 onwards, auctioneer, estate agent.
BOOKER Matthew 1785 -1808 curate of Alcester and master of Newport Free School
BOOTH W.H. 1908/9 Rector,Alcester
BOTERELL Family c 1200 - 1440 owned half manor of Alcester until bought out by Beauchamps.
BOVEY William d 1587 Kings Coughton House (now hotel); yeoman. His grandfather, John,b in 15th C probably lived here. Family appears in Camdens Visitation of 1619. Son- John, cousin of Kings Coughton family, flourished 168Os and 169Os; dyer;opened fulling mill at Spernall. Family gone by 1730.
BOWEN Benjamin flourished 1898 onwards founded present drapery business in High Street.
BRANDISH John 1724 charity for apprenticing poor chifl ren. Samuel d 1795 50 gears apothecary and surgeon in Alcester. Son- Joseph flourished 1780 - 1821 apothecary and doctor; surgeon to King George III; founded Alcester Free masons;captain of volunteers; plaque in parish church.
BRIDGES Matthew 1620 - 1677 J.P. major in Parliament Army;Steward of Alcester.manor. brother Francis 1632 - 1687 Presbyterian conventicle; Beauch amp Court Lodge. John 1659 provided almshouses, later assist ed by Brooke Bridges. Leading Alcester family of 2nd half l7thC.
BROWNE B.S. c 1900 doctor
BUGGINS Joseph builder, coffin-maker, founded Builders c 1900. Fire Brigade.
BUNTING Charles 1901 bought the oldest grocery store in town from R.H.Jephcott;has rem ained in family ever since.
BURDEN John start of 2OthC, tinsmith; evolved into present store on Swan St.
BURRISH 19thC William b 1774 Alcester solicitor first half 19thC
BUTLER Elizabeth c 1850 ran boarding school at Hardwick House, Henley St.
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CALE Family: long established in Alcester 1598 present century; cordwainers Alcester Heath
CAVELL Robert c 1460 Rector of Alcester
CHAMBERS A Doctor Chambers of Alcester in the 18thC part of local legend, wherein he paid three men to obtain Shakespeares skull from his tomb in order to sell to Horace Walpole but it ended up in charnel house of Beoley Church. Stephen flourished 1820 - 1845; maltster and miller
CHAPMAN Thomas flourished 1909 1938 Alcester Rector
CHATTAWAY Family flourished l8thC a 1901;land owners at Kings Coughton,inter marrying with Fishers.
CHESTON Family flourished 1690 - 1804 tanners and needlemaker
CHURCHLEY Joseph d 1725 an Alcester tailor: three sons,John, Richard,Joseph all Oxon.Univ. and clerics in Midlands William d 1711 glazier (thus continuing an old tradition of glazing in Alcester) ;property owner
CLARKE Samuel 1633 - 1648 Alcester Rector; puritan and author of many religious works; objected to proliferation of dissenting sects in the town
CLARSON Thomas flourished end l8thC dyer; prominent in reconstituting Court Leet c 1785
COCKS see COX
CODESTON John of l3thC Alcester Rector
CONWAY-SEYMOUR Family: the Conway Seymours, in early decades of l9thC, bought most of Alcester estate of Earls of Warwick and finally the manorial rights. Although nominally lord of manor of Alcester from then till now- were not Alcester residents, continuing to reside in their manor house of Arrow, Ragley Hall.
COOK Charles flourished 1840 - 1880 carriage builder;sons John and Charles carried on business John, fire brigade.
COX Stephen flourished 1850 - 1870 needlemaker Eagle Works Bulls Head Yard; Son- Alfred continued business till after WW I Cox family prominent 17th and l8thC, saddlers and butcher.John d1799,plaque in Baptist chapel. Philip Cocks 1762 Alcester Rector
CRABB Matthias d 1679, mercer, gent ,17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;.Supplied ribbons for Sheldon funeral at Beoley 1659
CROFT E.J. flourished 1880s & 1890s Alcester Baptist minister
CROW Frederick Rector of Alcester 1844 - 1868
CULL Thomas flourished 1850 - 1880s needlemaker Joseph l890s police Inspector of Alcester
CURRIER William flourished 1810s; needlemaker
CUZNER Henry flourished 1870 1895 watchmaker; maintained parish church clock.
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DAVIS Charles flourished 1790s watchmaker, reported by VCH as turning his skills to needlemaker Rudolf flourished 1893 -1910 Presbyterian minister Alcester
DEKENE John le 1349 Alcester Rect.
DEVEY Bert b 1888 became secretary of Co-op but best known for his legacy of local photographs.
DEWES Family flourished 16th - 18thC butchers, gents. A wide-spread family locally, esp. in Studley and Coughton.
DIPPLE William flourished 1st half l9thC brickmaker; Joseph flourished 2nd half l9thC, briekmakor
DOLPHIN George 1831 1903 first professional photographer.
DOWDESWELL Charles Henry 18291888 established needlemaker factory in Bleachfield St. ;Son- Henry J and his son, Charles H. leading lights in Alcester Cricket Club. Their grave in Alcester has sculptured bat,bail and stumps.
DUNBAR David b 1816 First police inspector then super. in Alcester under new County Police Force.
DYSON Rev.J.J. Head of old Grammar School 1890s
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EDKINS Family flourished 18th 2OthC butchers and tailors
ELSLEY John flourished 1870s - 1900 ironmonger, manufactury; chairman, Corn Exchange
EMES Fulke flourished mid l7thC;gent, High Bailiff, 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;(mercer) Joseph d 1690 apothecary and surgeon.
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FENEMORE John flourished 1850 - 1890 needlemaker; Super. Baptist schools
FISHER John flourished mid 18thC. Alcester Lodge Farm;High Bailiff Richard d 1867 Kings Coughton House;J.P., members of various societies; built Alcester cemetery chapel;helped build Corn Exchange Son- Richard d 1883 farmer
FOURT Henry 1830 - 1908 Bakers Arms James flourished 1870 1900s ran shop and bakery in Meeting Lane
FRANKLIN Miss Sarah flourished 1850 - 1888 Boarding and day school High St, assisted by sister Elizabeth.
FRYER Miss Ellen 1840s School, Priory Road
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GARDNER William flourished 1890 1910;organist at parish church and head of National Schools.
GARLAND John 1769 Rector of Alcester
GEGG F.T. flourished 1880 -1887 Master of Newport Free School, Birch Abbey.- fortunately did not find favour locally
GIBBONS John flourished 1703 Master Newport Free School
GOTHARD Samuel 1842 1914 accountant, secretary Waterworks Co, Cricket Club and many committees. A.W, 1902 Captain of Fire Brigade.
GREAVES John 1746 - 1818 Farmer, Son- Coughton House and victualler; owned Kings Coughton Mill; Supported Presbyterian Chapel
GREVILLE Fulke 1 1536 - 1559 Lord of Alcester Manor. Enlarged Beauchamp Court from dissolved Priory; splendid alabaster tomb in Alcester church; Sheriff of Warwicks. Son- Fulke II 1559 -1606 Lord of Manor; reputation for hospitality and courtesy Fulke III, son of Fulke II, b 1554 d 1628;received state appointments from Elizabeth I and James I; obtained Warwick Castle, where he eventually lived; raised to peerage as Earle Brooke. Reputation in his day as poet; friend of Jonson and Spenser; responsible for building of Alcester Market Hall (Town Hall)
GRIZZELL William flourished 1840s 1870s draper, undertaker, chairman Alcester Gas Co and Highway Board..
GROVE Daniel d 1682 gent, school master
GWINNETT Arthur J. 1900 1940 managed Chronicle;published History of Alcester
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HANCE John c printer
HANDS William As well mereer, 1850 - 1860 and postmaster fI 1780 - 1823 as victualler and an auctioneer.
HAINES George Henry Heap flourished 1850 - l880s Founder of Alcester Brewery c 1880 after business of a maltster, traditional in family for several generations Son- George b 1866 NB Capt. Fire Brigade
HALL Elizabeth flourished 1790 - 1830 Ladies Academy Church St schoolmistress
HARBRIDGE Thomas d 1820 Victualler and timber merchant Son- Richard 1805 1878 Headmaster of Newport Free School, Birch Abbey, for 50 years; Dicky held in high regard.
HARMAN Family flourished 1840s - 188os; needlemakers particularly at Ragley Mill, specialising
HARRISON Joseph flourished 1840 1880 needlemaker Priory Road Son- Thomas c 1890
changed to making bicycles & tricycles, opening new factory in Bleachfield St. Thomas son., Joseph, continued at Priory Works, making pins.
HARRIS Richard 1470 Rector of Alcester.
HEMMING N.B. There has been a long line from 1600 to present prominent in local life and commerce John 1795 printer, butcher, Thomas flourished 1790 1820 printer, ,bookseller;Mary 1773 1846; series of interesting letters to brother Richard at Oxford in Birmingham Record Office daughter of John William Thomas t 1807 founded Redditch Indicator and first editor.
HAYWARD William flourished 1850 1890 needlemaker,
HOMPHRAY Henry flourished 1830s surgeon
HOPKINS Joshua d 1798 30 years Baptist deacon (plaque in chapel) Family continuous business as hairdressers (and in earlier days peruke(wig) makers) from C 1800 to W11; 90 years of this in same High Street shop.
HUBBERTHORNE Richard 1660 founded Alcester meeting of Society of Friends (Quakers) and also elsewhere
HUGHES Benjamin d 1836 Gardener and seedsman HI); buried Baptist graveyard; married Mary Hemming (q.v.)
HUNT Thomas d 1916 For 25 years taxidermist in Church St; natural history museum set up. In 1977 a display of his specimens in Warwickshire Museum.
HURST Family of Bleachfield St. Alcesters main chimney sweeps from 1830s to WWI
HYOT William 1480 - 1528 Alcester
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INGRAM George 1680 set up almshouses in Bleachfield
IORNS Family flourished 1790 - 1869 clock and watch makers~ Examples of their longcase clocks often found locally (e..g.Coughton Court)
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JENNINGS Richard 1619 1679 barber- surgeon brother Benjamin 1622-1683 barber- surgeon son of Benjamin: Benjamin b 1665 surgeon son of Benjamin 1: William b 1653 d 1729 surgeon son of Benjamin 11: Richard Revd,became vicar of Arrow 1696 1740;also taught at Newport Free School; his son, Joseph, also Vicar of Arrow 1740 - 1750.
JEPHCOTT Richard 1790 -1856 Alcester grocer Richard Henry c 1855
- 1922 continued grocery bus iness (now Buntings); his brother Robert Willirm d 1899 surgeon; another brother her,
Edward Arthur flourished 1880s
1910s; auctioneer ;served on various bodies During 2nd half of l9thC Jephcotts perhaps the best-known family in Alcester
JOHNSON Charles flourished 1630 - 1670 High Bailiff; 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;. Other Johnsons of l7thC were tanners, chandlers ,glovers .Probably most important retailing family in the town in 17thC
Sophia d 1891 ran girls boarding school in Evesham Street.
JONES George flourished 1800 1830 surgeon;plaque in Alcester church William flourished 1780s -1820 attorney; lieutenant of volunteers.Charles 1804 - 1874 lawyer Son- John Langston d 1879 ; firm of J.L.Jones and King John flourished 1880s -1911 auctioneer and estate agent
JOWLING Thomas d 1745 Alcester Rector for 32 years.
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KAYE John flourished 1760 - 1792 Alcester curate;teacher at Newport Free School
KETTLE John c 1785 built Kings Coughton needle mill, he having owned farm attached to K.C. House Alcester
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LANGSTON William d c 1810 baker High Street
LEA Joseph d 1888 parish clerk and town crier for 50 years
LEGATE Dr late 15th C;Alcester Rector, one of instigators in building new chantry of Our Lady in Birch Abbey
LOFTIS James flourished 1880 1910 ran Alcesters chief lodging house.
LYDE John 1469 Alcester Rector
LUCAS Thomas flourished 1668 - 1706 gent. Restored frontage of Churchill House by Market Hall
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MAD(e)LEY Family prominent in Alcester from 16thC to 18thC, though noted as early as 1426;they were vintners and gents.
MARTIN Thomas flourished 1870s 1880s doctor Church Street
MASCALL John c 1785 established needlemaker business; Son- John continued same into l820s; another Son- William Hands d 1846 auctioneer
MAURICE Benjamin flourished 1784 1814 Presbyterian minister
MAYYONE John In 1544 old man of Alcester who gave deposition to Commissioners about origin of Our Ladys Chantry
McCROBEN F.H. flourished 1909 1912 last head of Alcester Grammar School while at Newport Free School site,Birch Abbey
MORGAN John 1745 Rector of Alcester
MORRALL Abel 1734 1804 barber-surgeon & innkeeper. Son- Abel Andrew 1761 1821 auctioneer & innkeeper. Son- of A.A. Thomas 1761 - 1864 organist and music professor. First in England to be operated on for cataracts in presence of King George III Known by all as Gentleman Morrall'
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NEWBOLD Richard 1391 Rector of Alcester.
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OVERBURY Richard d c. 1848 Angel ;High Bailiff ;Secretary of Corn Exchange ;Henry 1807 -1862 chemist bank agent: Son- Henry d 1901 chemist Captain Fire Brigade. John 1729 -1764 Baptist minister
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PALMER Francis 1807 Alcester Rector
PARSHOUSE Richard flourished 1630 -1684 pewterer appointed by Warks Justices with five others to investigate pewter quality through out the county.
PARSONS William flourished 1830 - 1861 needlemaker PARR John c 1860 needlemaker
PARVIN William e 1900 Head of Alcester Grammar School before it moved from Birch Abbey to Birmingham
PHILIP 1206 Rector of Alcester
PHILPIN Moses flourished 1840 - 1870s Baptist minister; chairman Alcester Gas Co; very involved in local affairs.
PICKARD Thomas flourished 1650 - 1680 mercer, grocer, gent,tokens; supporter of Presbyterians and related to Samuel Tickner, Alcester Presb. minister. Family continued well into 18th C.
POWELL Thomas 1604 Rector of Alcester
PORTER Joseph d 1721 Presbyterian minister who ran an academy in Alcester for training ministers. Before Alcester chapel built in Bulls Head Yard,meetings in his house. J.P.
PRICE John flourished 1680s surgeon
PRICKETT William flourished 1820 - 1850 established firm of solicitors in Alcester
PURTON Thomas 1768 -1833 doctor, botanist Astley 1817 - 1860 doctor
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REEVE Edward flourished 1840 -1890 benefactor to new Catholic church on Priory Rd.
REYNOLDS William flourished 1650 1668 mercer, 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;, wealthy. John e 1670 mercer
17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;; charity for appren ticing poor children
RIMMER John flourished 1800 1840 and Son- Thomas 1802 - 1870 needlemakers.
ROBARTS Walter flourished 1860 1874 printer,proprietor of 'Alcester Local Times Daughter-. Sarah 1870s school Priory Road
ROSE Miss c1820s teacher Poplar Cottage
ROUND Family flourished 1600 1783 butchers, inn keepers; numerous family; occasionally 'gent' and frequent in Alcester records. Stephen d 1671 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens; Greyhounds Head
RUSSON William flourished 1820 -1830 printer and engraver John e 1828 Boys and Girls boarding & Day School William flourished to 1880s Turks Head (also called Lord Alcester Hotel) nearly 40 years Bowling alley; 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;.
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SAYCE James flourished 1840 1889 Head of National Schools
SCRIVEN Edward b 1776 Alcester d 1841 London; engraver of repute- contributed to many periodicals Family noted for needlemaker; John and Joseph set up needle mill in Arrow l780s. Thomas and Son- Thomas needlemaker at Ragley Mill e 1800
SHAYLER Thomas d 1688 yeoman, gent, High Bailiff
SIMMONS William flourished l840-1870s needlemaker
SKINNER Thomas d 1918 needlemaker Thomas d 1782 Baptist minister;plaque Baptist chapel
SMALLWOOD William d 1902 builder and auctioneer; with brother Ernest of Redditoh built and endowed Smallwood Hospital, Redditch: founded Smallwood Almshouses in Alcester.
SMITH Thomas Lant 1806 - 1898 doctor High Bailiff Son- Thomas H. d 1928 doctor Thomas L. noted for his charity; surgeon to various Friendly Soos. The two Smiths resided in Alcester 100 years.
SNOW John flourished 1820s - l830s solicitor
SPENCER Richard flourished 19081943 doctor
SPILSBURY James d 1740 gent plaque Alcester church In 1721 house used by Presbyterian congregation.
STEPHENS John flourished 1800 - 1840s maltster & host of Swan; chief beneficiary of Alcester coach trade;property owner
STEWARD Miss Roseanna d 1901 Proprietess of Girls boarding school, Churchill House; school well-known over a wide area.
STILES Family flourished 1760s into 1900s; they specialised in malting and victualling; at
various times hosts of Globe, Railway Inn, Lord Nelson',New Inn,'Turks Head'
STOCKTON John 1578 Alcester Rooter
SUTTON William 1878 1880 Head, Newport Free Scncol.
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TEONGE Henry Alcesterester Rector probably 1662; had been in royalist army; resigned Alcester 1675, becoming Rector of Spernall: left diary of his chaplaincy in the Royal Navy.
TERRILL William 1799 - 1875 Victualler, Swan; chairman Alcester Gas Co; High Constable of Barlichway Hundred.
THACKWELL William b 1825 chaplain of Alcesterester Union Workhouse; curate of Weethley; converted to Rome
TICKNER Samuel d 1685 Presbyterian minister of Alcester parish church;ejected 1662;preached privately though informed upon.
TIMMS John 1434 Alcester Rector THOMAS David flourished 1800 1820 clockmaker William 1876 1880 superintendent Alcester Police Force
TOWNSEND Thomas flourished 1850s & 60s needlemaker; father, George, had been in the trade earlier in the century
TYFFELD Thomas 1368 Alcester Rector
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WALDERNE(WALDRON) Family prominent in trades 1550 1860; yeomen,glaziers, maltsters, butchers, gunsmiths, locksmiths. Four members were HE 1610,1683,1694 and 1700 1706. Thomas 1657 presented at Quarter Sessions for a superstitious painting in Alcester church.
WALKER William 1544 Alcester Rector Henry flourished mid 19thC needlemaker
WEBSTER Joseph 1682 Master of Newport Free School
WHEYHAM Robert flourished 1680 - l690s A Baptist, discharged as
Alcester constable by Quarter Sessions for not presenting dissenters.
WHISSELL Family noted 1604 - 1874 many victuallers ('Swan','Angel' Golden Cup, Reindeer,New Inn' also masons, homers, farmers, bakers, needlemakers.
WHITE Timothy 1675 Alcester Rector
WHITEHEAD Richard W. 1843-1911 grocer High Bailiff secretary Gas Co.
WELLS John 1446 Alcester Rector
WILCOX Robert d 1627 mercer gave a charity (Kings- Coughton Lane cottage) to provide three sermons p.a. on Nov.5th, Accession of Elizabeth & thanksgiving for defeat of Armada.
WILLIAMS Alfred 1868 Alcester Rector
WILLIS John d 1705 blacksmith First Baptist minister in Alcester
WINDLE Richard W. flourished 1850 -70 accountant and auctioneer
Secretary Gas Co.
WILLOUGHBY de Broke Lord Robert 16th C married Daughter-. of Richard Beauehamp and thus acquired Alcester manor Daughter-. Elizabeth married Fulke Greville and brought Alcester manor to Fulke; tomb in Alcester parish church.
WYMAN George 1811 -1875 surgeon
WILESMITH Arthur J flourished start of 2OthC ironmonger High Bailiff (1st to wear present chain of office)
WRIGHT Edward 1864 founded Alcester Chronicle Charles 1830 -1876 postmaster;Seer.Gas Co.
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YARNOLD Richard Flourished 1630's-1650's Apothecary; wife Margaret d 1661 carried on business; 17th C. trader issued own trade tokens;; large inventory (£951) includes apothecary wares. Their son John d 1707 apothecary; Elisah 1710 endowed charity for apprenticing poor children
YATES Robert flourished 1870 -1910 wathcmaker and optician
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